I’m So Into Therapy That I Might Be Self-Sabotaging so I Can Stay in it
If I keep myself buried in the muck of my mind, I could continue to absorb the compassion, empathy, acceptance, and support my therapist gives me twice a week.
These Bikers Are Trying to Break Stereotypes About Masculinity and Mental Health
“If just one person starts opening up, that usually encourages others to do the same and what real strength and courage is, in my opinion, is showing your vulnerability.”
This Is How a Therapist Decides How Much They Need to Praise You
Strength-based perspective therapy plays out kind of as a “rent-a-friend” dynamic with deeper psychological analysis happening in-session.
Sometimes the Breakup-Instigator Struggles With Closure
Why was I having so much trouble moving past my own decision to end the relationship?
When Therapy Makes You Feel Terrible Before It Makes You Feel Better
Talking to a psychologist after my last breakup meant mourning all my exes.
Creativity and OCD Go Bizarrely Hand-in-Hand
The disorder presents a unique set of challenges—and sometimes freedom—for people in the performing arts.
The Extreme Anxiety of Being a Freelancer
That "freedom" will test your mental health.
The Benefits of Cuddling with Inanimate Objects at Night
Spooning a pillow can seriously soothe a troubled sleeper.
Let's All Laugh at How Depressed We Are for a Sec
The hilarious John Moe dissects my Trump desolation.