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7 Top Mental Health Experts On What To Make Of This Pandemic Year
It's been quite a year, but we've learned a lot in the process.
Why Death Isn't That Scary, According To People Who Experienced It (Yes, Really)
Dying might actually be peaceful.
7 Traits Of Proactive Emotional Fitness & How To Get Mentally Stronger
Have you heard of a worry hour?
Here's How Your Thoughts Affect Others, From A Neuroscientist
The first step is mindfulness, but what comes next?
How Wakeup Time & Depression Are Connected, According To New Research
Sleep and mental health are intimately interwoven.
Why Comfort Foods May Be Discomforting For Your Brain, From A Nutritional Psychiatrist
Plus a mood-boosting recipe to try.
I Tried Ketamine Therapy For Anxiety & This Was My Experience
When my pandemic-induced anxiety reached an all-time high, I started exploring other treatment options.
You Can Tell Someone Is Considering A Breakup From How They Talk, Study Finds
Using these pronouns might indicate a breakup up to 3 months ahead of time.
What Microdosing Psychedelics Really Means, In Case You Were Curious
Natural Rx: Having Trees Close To Home Might Ease Depression Risk
There are so many benefits to being surrounded by green space.
I Constantly Feel Bored — What Does This Mean? A Psychologist Explains
How to cope with constant boredom.
News Alert: The Most Important Predictor Of Mental Health In Young Adults
No matter your age, this one is essential.
What I Learned About Setting Priorities & Finding Balance As An ICU Nurse
It's all about focusing on the most important elements of life.
2021 Will Be The Year Of Mind Gyms, Tele-Therapy & The Rise Of Mental Fitness
Nourish your body and mind.
How To Protect Your Mental Health This Holiday Season, From A Psychiatrist
This year may look a bit different, but these tools will help you manage.
5 Mental Health Mantras I'm Keeping Top-Of-Mind This Holiday Season
Repeat after me: "I am in perfect balance."
Are You Sleeping Too Much? How To Tell & What To Do, From Sleep Experts
As important as getting enough sleep is not getting too much.
How A Human Design Session Helped Me Uncover My Bipolar 2 Disorder
Getting a reading pushed me to pay closer attention to my moods—and ultimately sent me on a new path.
How Grip Strength May Show Clues About Your Mental Health, New Study Finds
Researchers find associations between fitness and anxiety.
Sex Can Disappear In Couples With Depression — But This Habit Can Help
Let's talk about depression in relationships.