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A Counterintuitive Nighttime Routine For The Type A Insomniac
When the idea of sleep hygiene hit the mainstream, I was hooked.
Experts Answered Every Question We’ve Ever Had About Sleep
Does melatonin work? What’s my chronotype? And is it really that bad to look at my phone right before bed?
An Ode to Two Dots, the Game That Eases My Anxious Mind
In Two Dots, the goal is erasure. It’s a game with just the right amount of strategy and luck to make it compelling, satisfying, and calming.
Lots of People Struggle With Side Effects From This Common Type of Therapy
More than 40 percent of side effects were rated as severe or very severe, and more than 25 percent lasted for weeks or months.
The Unique Problems Trans People Face When Finding a Therapist
You should be able to talk to someone about your mental health without having your gender status blamed and scrutinized.
Scientists Are Testing a New Way to Treat Phobias
You could one day reduce your fears without even knowing you're being treated.
This Mental Health Program Helps People Stay Out of Prison
It's based on cognitive behavioral therapy.
ACT Is a Little-Known, Fast Treatment for Depression
Some psychologists believe that accepting your negative thoughts can help them pass faster.
Meryl Davids Landau
Things I Wish I'd Known Before Starting Therapy
Some advice on how to make the most of your talking therapy if you’ve never had it before.
My Black Barber Remains My Therapist
Healthcare is in flux, but my haircuts never are.
You Can Now Tell Your Problems to a Robot
And it can actually treat you effectively.
I Disrupted My Social Anxiety with an App
When I came across mental health startup Joyable in the form of a Facebook ad, I was intrigued. Why did I seem like a good target for a social anxiety advertisement?