Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington performs at the Live Earth concert in Chiba, Japan July 7, 2007. Former US. vice president Al Gore and his global partners are staging the Live Earth concerts held on seven continents simultaneously to raise awareness of environmental issues. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 12: Prince Harry hosts a reception to mark the 40th anniversary of the children's charity WellChild at Buckingham Palace on June 12, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Jonathan Brady/WPA Pool-Getty Images)
June 2007 in a field in Donnington a very depressed 17-year-old version of myself stood on the third row of a packed audience of thousands and sang back the lyrics to the revered band Linkin Park, fro...
Prince Harry is calling on everyone to dial back smartphone use to give themselves a little mental health boost. During a speech in northern England on Thursday, the prince addressed the importance of...
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There's no app to help me miss you less.
It is supposed to help students mingle more.
While many public figures have worked to make mental health a less taboo topic, famous men in particular seem to be speaking out now more than ever. In a very recent example, Peter Kraus, a contestant...
It might be time to reconsider how often you scroll through curated photos. Instagram is the worst social media app for young people's mental health, according to a new report by the Royal Society for...
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Watching ‘13 Reasons Why’ made me feel both helpless and hopeless.
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What constitutes an act of self-care? The internet is full of suggestions on how to prioritize oneself, ranging from meditation to hot tea, prayer to yoga, face masks to nap time. Although such ritual...
I'm ashamed to say that I don't go to therapy. It's not that I don't need it. I have a history of obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety and depression. I know this because I went to a therapist who d...
Victim's family and friends are now running a campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence.
'Depression: Let's Talk,' a year-long global campaign by the World Health Organisation (WHO) took off on 7 April, World Health Day. WHO estimates that over 300 million people suffered from depression...
Although no note was recovered.
Talking can help combat the ‘silent killer’.