Shawn Henfling offers a glimpse into his mind in the midst of a depressive episode.
Shawn Henfling responds to an unknown nurse’s treatment of a mentally ill young woman in an Emergency Room.
Quickness to explain this tragedy by labeling the co-pilot as ‘depressed’ or ‘anxious’ could serve to further stigmatize and discourage openness and treatment for these common human conditions.
You know those questionnaires doctors ask you to fill out about depression? Gabe Howard decided to publish his.
Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious.
Liz Furl’s husband rides the waves of bipolar disorder with her, and they both maintain their balance through love.
Sometimes, comments from readers can drive us … well, a little crazy. But sometimes, a comment brightens your whole day, as this one did for Michael Kasdan.
Mike Kasdan says that mental health maladies like depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and autism reflect the diversity of our minds, and we should embrace them rather than stigmatize them.
Alexander Michael Brennan tells how the worst two years of his life have made him into a better husband, father and man.
Jed Diamond became a mama’s boy when his father left. Here are a few of the many lessons he’s learned since that day.
Danny Baker has spent a good deal of time learning what it means to be truly happy, and he would like to share what he has learned.
Michael Blaustein offers a peek into life as a man with Bipolar Disorder, and offers some tips on how to be a better friend to someone with Bipolar.
Earth Strength, where walking to get water is a daily pilgrimage.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book about food, family, and Morris Wizenberg’s father.
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Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Keechum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising
We’re on a planet that breathes, pulsing with water and soil and love. We’re on a planet that cradles life without demand, turn after turn … We’re on a planet that is running out: out of water, out of air, out of time.
We invest a lot in preparing women for motherhood. Men deserve the same joy and engagement preparing for their roles.
The bullying isn’t the only thing that will be with you for life — the strength, wisdom, and resilience you’ve learned are forever too.
What you already know could change your life… but it probably won’t, because you like being comfortable too much.
This graduation speaker left Al DeLuise in tears—of laughter.
Men usually think it’s their responsibility to make the first move in dating situations. But here’s why I love it when women approach me first.
What if the imperfections of your partner made them perfectly qualified to be exactly what you need and want?
Despite escaping with my life while thousands of others died on the island, it wasn’t the first wave, or the second wave of the Asian Tsunami, that came closest to killing me.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.