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Mental Health

  1. mental health
    The Therapy-App FantasyAn overwhelming demand for professional counseling has spawned slickly marketed companies promising a service they cannot possibly provide.
  2. mental health
    The Expanding Therapy-App LandscapeA guide to the newest players, both earnest and cynical.
  3. acquiescence
    Turns Out It’s Pretty Good: Going OutsideMy fellow homebodies are not in their element right now, because no one is.
  4. ask a boss
    ‘Should I Disclose My Depression to My Employer?’We’re talking here about the professional world as it actually is, not the one I wish we lived in.
  5. self
    A Rising Supermodel Speaks Candidly About Mental HealthAweng Ade-Chuol talks new marriage and the pandemic in a new interview.
  6. parenting
    The Children of QuarantineWhat does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?
  7. keeping up with the royals
    Meghan Markle Says She Faced Constant, ‘Almost Unsurvivable’ Trolling“I’m told that in 2019, I was the most trolled person in the entire world.”
  8. mental health
    25 Famous Women on Dealing With Anxiety and DepressionAdvice from Kerry Washington, Zendaya, and more.
  9. let’s makeup
    Selena Gomez Sees a Connection Between Beauty and Mental HealthShe aims to address both with her new line, Rare Beauty.
  10. self
    What Is Toxic Positivity?A look at why relentless, inflexible positivity can do more harm than good and why negative emotions are so important.
  11. culture
    Michelle Obama Says She’s Been Dealing With ‘Low-Grade Depression’“You have to recognize that you’re in a bad place in order to get out of it,” she said on her podcast this week.
  12. coronavirus
    Is My Chest Tightness Anxiety or the Coronavirus?Psychologists explain how to tell the difference and what to do if you feel short of breath.
  13. science of us
    ‘It Can Be Hard to Concentrate or Focus on Something Else’Three Black mental-health experts explain the toll of violent images and videos.
  14. science of us
    What’s a Panic Attack and How Do I Stop It?Panic attacks can be scary, but they aren’t physically dangerous.
  15. science of us
    How to Breathe If You’re Feeling AnxiousA technique called 4-7-8 can help.
  16. science of us
    How to Stop CryingWhen it’s not a good time.
  17. mental health
    A Top NYC Emergency Room Doctor Has Died by SuicideDr. Lorna Breen spent weeks on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
  18. mental health
    Self-Isolation Is a Recipe for DepressionHere’s what I’m doing to get through it.
  19. grief
    The 5 Stages of Grief, ExplainedGrief isn’t just one emotion.
  20. coronavirus
    You Can Still Take a WalkHere’s how to do it safely.
  21. coronavirus
    How Do I Get Therapy During a Pandemic?Only days ago it felt silly asking for a Skype session, but this may yet become the new normal.
  22. science of us
    The Very Soothing Sensation of The SimsSometimes I’m tempted to take better care of my Sims than myself.
  23. mental health
    It’s Good That Stars Are Talking About Their AnxietyAfter Rolling Stone’s latest cover dropped, SZA opened up about her struggles with mental health.
  24. science of us
    A Beginner’s Guide to Couples TherapyIdeally, you want to start this process when you’re not in a real crisis.
  25. education
    6-Year-Old Girl Committed for Two Days for Throwing TantrumThe Florida student was removed from school and placed in a mental health facility without her mother’s consent.
  26. science of us
    How to Find a Therapist for the First TimeThe more daunting it seems, the more you might benefit from the results.
  27. get it together
    5 Lamps to Help You Feel Like You’re at the Beach All Winter LongLet the thousands of reviews guide your way.
  28. mental health
    When a Doll Is More Than a DollFor some, reborns — realistic dolls modeled after infants — aren’t just a collector’s item.
  29. change is eternal
    The Way Things Are Won’t Last ForeverBut it’s hard to keep this in mind.
  30. thanksgiving
    How to Have a Gratitude Practice That Isn’t AnnoyingYou might flirt with corniness on your way to sincerity.
  31. relationships
    Heartbreak Has No Gray ZoneA brief tour through recent breakup content.
  32. in comparison
    So You Didn’t Hit a MilestoneTrying to find a way past those worries.
  33. advice
    What to Say When Someone DiesWe asked experts for advice on how to support friends and loved ones when someone dies.
  34. health
    Xanax Pulled From Shelves Due to Potential Contamination RiskDrug company Mylan has recalled one lot of the anti-anxiety medication over “the potential presence of foreign substance.”
  35. tv
    The Star of Couples Therapy Is Its Incredibly Chic TherapistTalking to Orna Guralnik, the woman at the center of Showtime’s Couples Therapy.
  36. swellness
    The Secret to Inner Peace Is Ted Danson“Come meditate with Ted Danson.”
  37. succession
    On Succession, the Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the TreeEach week, we take a member of the Roy family to therapy. This week: Kendall and Logan both sow their wild oats.
  38. relationships
    The Studio Behind Midsommar Is Offering Free Couples TherapyIf death cults have started straining things.
  39. succession in session
    Surprise, Surprise. Everyone on Succession Has Mommy Issues.Each week we take the Roy family to therapy. This week: what’s up with mom?
  40. science of us
    The Woman Who Convinced Me That Bad Things Are Actually GoodShe’s a twice-divorced Buddhist nun.
  41. succession in session
    What Advice Would a Sex Therapist Give Succession’s Roman Roy?Each week, we take a member of the Roy family to therapy. First up: What is going on with Roman’s sex life?
  42. science of us
    Why Do I Resist Meditating?Is it a loneliness thing?
  43. self
    ‘Did the Physical Violence Ever Lead to Sex?’What Big Little Lies gets right about the complicated dynamics in abusive relationships.
  44. feature
    How Many Bones Would You Break to Get Laid?“Incels” are going under the knife to reshape their faces, and their dating prospects.
  45. atypical
    What It’s Like to Have Multiple PersonalitiesOnce called “multiple-personality disorder,” dissociative-identity disorder remains a controversial diagnosis.
  46. science of us
    I Now Suspect the Vagus Nerve Is the Key to Well-being“Stimulating” it leads to calmness, but how and why?
  47. mental health
    Teen Suicide Rate Increased Following the Release of ‘13 Reasons Why’A new study suggests the Netflix show may have contributed to the spike in teen suicide rates.
  48. #freebritney
    What’s Going on With These #FreeBritney Protests?Some fans, convinced the singer has been confined to a treatment facility against her will, have taken to the streets.
  49. science of us
    How to Help Someone With DepressionA guide to keeping the friendship — and your own well-being — intact.
  50. science of us
    What Do We Know About Female Psychopaths?How Killing Eve’s Villanelle holds up to real-life examples.
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