In 2015, Jennifer Nicolaisen was working in consulting and getting by some days on just two hours of sleep. She was a 27-year-old statistician in northern Virginia, basking in what she called “rising energy”—the
A few years ago, Paul was in a dark place. His wife had left him, he’d lost his home and his dogs. His business had failed and two grandparents had died. He had heard of anxiety and depression but didn’t
Gregory Eells became director of counseling and psychological services at the University of Pennsylvania in March. The executive director of counseling and psychological services at the University of died
(CNN) — Jarrid Wilson, a popular pastor known for his work in mental health advocacy at a Southern California megachurch, has died by suicide, Senior Pastor Greg Laurie with Harvest Christian Fellowship
In February 2015, Lily Allen intended to take her own life. A freshman in high school at the time, she might've succeeded had she not confessed that plan to a concerned friend, who then called the police.
There’s a fine line between anxiety and excitement. Physiologically, the two are almost identical. You know the feeling: elevated heart rate, stomach butterflies, sweaty palms, and nervousness. They’re
Stress is part of life, they say, especially if you are trying to move up in your career or take your business to the next level. You just have to deal with it. So stress management has become a business
'It makes me enjoy playing with the kids': is microdosing mushrooms going mainstream? | Drugs | The Guardian
‘It makes me enjoy playing with the kids’: is microdosing mushrooms going mainstream? Before the school run, or commuting to work, increasing numbers are taking tiny doses of psychedelic drugs in the Why?
As mental health services continue to be cut, librarians are becoming an informal lifeline for people with serious problems For most of us, the library is a source of books and information. The core factor
Dr. Julie Rickard thought her visit to Wisconsin over the Christmas holiday would bring a break from her day job working in suicide prevention in Wenatchee, Wash. The visit didn't go as planned. After
It's sort of like gamifying your anxiety and imagining yourself in a battle against the symptoms. Whether public speaking makes you weak in the knees or the thought of stepping foot on a plane turns your