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Ice Cream Shop Wants to “Lick” Youth Suicide

We need fun ways to talk about suicide year round if prevention campaigns are going to work. Corporate partners can help.

The Shape of Bipolarity

Much of what is communicated about bipolar disorder doesn’t come close to conveying its complexities or subtleties.

Facing the Pain of Child Abuse

It can be difficult to allow yourself to experience the pain of childhood abuse but having self-compassion can help.

Three Simple Ways to Enhance Mental Health Resilience

Research indicates that resilience is not a fixed attribute, but can be cultivated through simple self-initiated activities.

Do Psychiatric Service Dogs Really Help Veterans with PTSD?

A new study by researchers at Purdue University offers the first empirical evidence that veterans with PTSD benefit from having a psychiatric service dog.

Mental Illness Didn't Make Him Do It

In the wake of the Parkland, Florida, tragedy, it's natural to search for answers. Mental illness isn't one of them.

What Makes Us Think Such Negative Things About Ourselves?

Tired of always beating up on yourself? Identify the core beliefs that drive self-loathing, and work toward making friends with yourself starting today.

Radical Changes in Psychiatric Diagnosis Are on the Horizon

Psychiatric diagnosis is still in the 20th century, but rapidly evolving tools leverage machine-learning and "big data" to begin to sketch out future advances.

No Time for Sleep

With a countdown of less than 9 months (depending on when pregnancy is detected!), many pregnant women give sleep a low priority, thinking that they’ll catch up while they’re “off”

What Political System Rules Your Psyche?

Since we are not unitary selves, but an assortment of response repertoires, emotions, and goals, we need some system of government to secure the blessings of liberty.

The Truth Shall Set You Free...

Panic attacks are painful, scary and unnecessary. In this blog, find out the cause and cure of all panic attacks.

Authoritarian Wounding as a Feminist Issue

Authoritarians, both male and female, are anti-female. Is it just that girls and women are easy prey? Or is more going on here?


Sometimes our self possibilities need to be made up, from our imagination.

Defeating Depression, Evading Anxiety

He died suddenly, and the trauma of finding him dead hit me pretty hard.

Facebook's Changes Could Be Bad for Your Mental Health

Facebook is making some changes in 2018 and studies show the changes to user's news feeds could be bad for their psychological well-being.

Spending Valentine’s Day as a Non-Tethered Woman? Be Kind!

Oh what a tangled, lonely web we weave when we beat ourselves up or berate ourselves over what we don't have.

Has Medicine Lost Its Mind?

1. The psychiatrist shortage is severe. 2. Medical physicians provide 85% of mental health care, mostly without consultation. 3. The quality of mental health care lags far behi

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