The year 2020 has challenged us all.
There is hope that the collective experience of social distancing during COVID-19 may have helped reduce some of the stigma associated with seeking help.
Gone are the days of pampering in the name of mental health. Taking care of ourselves now requires real and uncomfortable work.
Many feel the coronavirus pandemic has changed not just our everyday lives, but also our inner mental lives.
People in lower socioeconomic groups are likely to be in particular need of mental health support in the face of the pandemic.
While many people with pre-existing anxiety report their symptoms have worsened in 2020, there’s also a subset who say they’ve been less anxious.
In 2020, the addition of COVID-19 means anxiety and hopelessness now take a starring role.
The link between tiredness and depression is not linear and can be challenging to tease apart.
Hushed, relaxing ASMR videos are wildly popular on YouTube, but Black creators rarely get featured.
You don’t have to contemplate suicide for your thoughts to be dangerous. Here are the signs your mental health is at risk and how to address it.