Swipe Right to Dating with Mental Health Issues

Sami Jankins considers how to maintain a social life while balancing mental wellness.

Can A Broken Man Overcome His Greatest Fear

I battle a disease that has no physical ailment, no test and no proven cure.

Why We Should Be Excited When Our Children Make Mistakes

Making a mistake was unacceptable — and his self punishment went from banging his head to attempted suicide. Is that what we want for our kids?

A Man Chooses Against Suicide and Makes a Christmas Wish Instead

A viewer reaches out to a popular You-tuber. A powerful message. Let’s give the guy his Christmas wish.

Why Are Death Rates Rising for Middle Aged White Americans?

The cult of emotional toughness and the constant drumbeat of bootstrap thinking among whites has unleashed an epidemic of social isolation.

How Fear and Shame Are Killing The Modern Man

If you can’t handle your s**t, can’t keep it together, then you aren’t a real man….right?

7 Surprising Reasons Stress is Bad/Good for You

Stress can increase motivation and help us learn and grow. Jed Diamond, PhD shares with us a few other interesting facts about something regarded so negatively in our world.

What Can Prayer Do For You?

When his world was crumbling and darkness was knocking at his door he turned to an ancient practice for help.

The Mental Illness Happy Hour with Paul Gilmartin

“I have this fear that if I feel this pain, it will kill me and I will die… I’m afraid that I’m going to pass my anger onto my son.”

Is The Voice In Your Head A Jerk? Mine Is.

You know that voice you hear that says “attaboy!” in your head? Mine is a Jerk.

Approval Seeking: Fulfilling the Need Without Desperation

We all seek the approval of others. However, learning to not need it is essential to being happy.

Why Is Change So Hard?

Will you choose the illusion of certainty and control? Or the possibilities that lie just outside?

8 Things You Probably Shouldn’t Say to Someone With Depression

Being there for someone struggling with depression can be tricky, and it can be tempting to pull away rather than risk saying the wrong thing …

The ‘Talking Cure’ Does Not Work Without Action

So you’re on the couch talking, but now what?

A Man and His Music: Between the Lines of Suicide

When is music more than rhythmic passion? Three years after committing suicide, a young musician’s work is being heard worldwide for the first time.

I Wish I Would’ve Gone To Rehab

The sooner you accept your situation and allow yourself to heal, the better off you’ll be.