The Shock and Sadness of Losing a Friend in Your 20s
Coping with death is never easy, but becoming more open about our bereavements definitely wouldn't do any harm.
A French Psychiatrist Explains the Psychological Toll of the Paris Terror Attacks
VICE News spoke with psychiatrist Christian Navarre, who helped set up some of the first emergency psychological support units in the country after the attacks, to try and understand the psychological toll of the attacks on survivors.
Death Is Way More Complicated When You're Polyamorous
Families tend to fight over inheritance and end-of-life decisions, but those squabbles get way weirder when you throw an extra boyfriend or girlfriend into the mix.
We Really Need to Talk About Grief
Wouldn't it be useful to have a manual on how to deal with those in mourning? After her mother died, Annie Broadbent went and wrote one.