Why Is It Still So Hard For Young People of Color to Get Therapy?
More Black and brown millennials are seeking therapy, but there are still major obstacles in a mental health care system designed for white people.
Postpartum OCD Is Real. This Is What You Need to Know About It
The sheer volume of terrifying thoughts can transform new-parent nerves into unmanageable anxiety.
What Ramadan Is Like When You Have an Eating Disorder
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
When Psychedelics Make Your Last Months Alive Worth Living
“I am at peace with what’s next. The more I prepare to say goodbye, the more at peace I become with that reality."
The Many Obsessions That Can Haunt a Person with OCD
An intimate look at seven lesser-known types of OCD that are darker, harder to talk about, and can remain undiagnosed for years.
The More I Allowed Myself to Feel My Anxiety, the Less it Bothered Me
My coping mechanisms had been avoidant behavior all along.
Humanizing Portraits of Mentally Ill Inmates at Cook County Jail
The jail has become the largest mental health care provider in the US.
Aya Cash Thinks 'You're the Worst' Is the Most Romantic Comedy on TV
'We're all fucked up and you just have to find the right other kind of person who is also fucked up and compliments your fucked up-ness.'
Game of the Year 2018
How Playing Over 1000 Hours of 'Into the Breach' Helped Me Survive 2018
You've heard of games as self-care, so here's to games of self-preservation.
Charlamagne tha God Wants More Men to Get Vulnerable
In celebration of his new book, 'Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me,' we spoke to the radio host about his fears, fame, and therapy.
Menk, by John Doran
How My Father's Sickness Brought Back the Pain of My Childhood
After all these years and near-death experiences, I still can't have an honest conversation with my father.
Black Americans Are Being Left Out of Psychedelics Research
One team is trying to figure out how to change that.