Studies reveal that queer people spend a lot of time experiencing “intense anxiety” and abusing substances.
“I feel like yelling at people,” she told me. I didn’t really grasp then that she meant that. This was the very first time. This was the day after Easter.
What to do when a temporary situation starts looking like a permanent personality trait.
One girl’s mission to overcome the tyranny of winter.
Being healthy is a revolutionary act. A manifesto to thriving in a mixed-up world.
Riese’s team pick: laughing about depression!
Annika’s Team Pick: “This groundbreaking, community-based research project will document the inequalities and discrimination faced by LGBTQ people which negatively effect mental wellness.”
“A disorder is a description of something with which a person might struggle, not a description of the person or the person’s identity.”
“I’m kind of scared and I don’t know what’s going on and I don’t want to tell anyone in case something is wrong.”
By offering your friends a shoulder to cry on, you can help save a life, according to The Trevor Project’s new campaign.
Australian researchers found that gender-based violence puts women at a much greater risk of mental health problems. Hopefully the new guidelines around healthcare for women will help with that.
Once upon a time I hated Sylvia Plath. Now I don’t! How did this happen? The answers lie inside this post…
THIS DATA IS A SCIENTIFIC REASON TO CHALLENGE HOMOPHOBIA, VIOLENCE, AND HARASSMENT, EVERYONE.
b.) Did I already miss The View?
FEELINGS. We have them. You have them. We often need to talk about them, with a professional. Here’s how you can, too.
“As I walked across the mall wondering if the way I walked made me look obviously lesbian, my mind switched to thinking about how much weight I’d have to lose to fit comfortably into those Capri pants.”
Portia de Rossi walks Oprah through the eating disorders she developed as a result of being a teen model and the stress of hiding her sexuality as she climbed the Hollywood ladder. Her story is universal, whether you are gay or have ever been on a diet.
If Lindsay Lohan is the ‘most pathetic person alive’ then I must come in at a close second. After all, I’ve been in and out of rehab twice as many times. And the way the media is talking about Lohan is really pissing me off.