The Epidemic of Burnout, Depression and Suicide in Medicine: One Doctor’s Story

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Unless we can create safe space to seek help without fear of reprisal, nothing is going to change. It is with this goal in mind that I decided to share my story.

Rise Up With Mindfulness

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Social media is changing our perception of and participation in society. Sam De Silva poses that social media is a vehicle of personal and social reform.

Beyond the Miles: Unforeseen Costs of the Daily Commute

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Brittni Brown examines the physical, mental and economic impact of driving to work.

The Black, White, and Gray of Emotional Abuse

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You can have compassion for yourself and your abuser, just don’t get trapped into a lifetime of victimhood.

Inside The Prison Of My Mind

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Shawn Henfling offers a glimpse into his mind in the midst of a depressive episode.

Good Mental Health Care in Prisons Must Begin and End in the Community

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Prisoners are two to three times as likely as those in the community to have a mental illness and are ten to 15 times more likely to have a psychotic disorder.

If You’re Not Being Appreciated In Your Relationship, It’s Time to Get Serious

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James Michael Sama with some tough love for your unfulfilling love life.

A Simple, Powerful Self-Compassion Method

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If you practice compassion with your pain, it becomes less of a burden.

Is Bullying Worse Than Child Abuse When it Comes to Mental Health?

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New research suggests bullied children are more likely to report mental health problems compared to those who are maltreated.

James Holmes Trial Puts Sanity on the Stand

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Jurors will likely be presented with conflicting notions of sanity and insanity. And they will be forced to confront widely held cultural assumptions about mental illness and violence.

Can a Kind of Heartbreak Heal You—and the World?

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Raoul Wieland explores what happens when our hearts are broken open instead of apart.

Escalation In The Emergency Room: An All Too Common Occurrence.

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Shawn Henfling responds to an unknown nurse’s treatment of a mentally ill young woman in an Emergency Room.

Living Inside the Storm

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A woman opens a window on life with a bipolar partner.

5 Ways Resilient People Get Over Failure

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No. They don’t just suck it up. They use failure to create something better.

Men, Depression and Suicide: What Will it Take for Men to Seek Help?

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Dr. Margaret Rutherford asks the tough questions about men and suicide so that we can more effectively get men suffering from depression to reach out to get the help they need.

Erasing the Shame From Depression

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Kristin Diversi takes an honest look at living with depression, and discusses a few tips on how to deal with it.