In the wake of Robin Williams’ death, Tom Jacobs follows up his piece on being a comedian last week, revealing his own attempts to leash the black dog of depression.
Lyndi Polivnick isn’t surprised by the connection between the rise in obesity and anxiety, but finding a solution to the issue must be stress-free…
Polly Chester’s not always keen on mental health labels, especially if they’re used to excuse eccentricities rather than define diagnoses
New writer to TBS, King B, declares “I’m BATSHITCRAZY. What’s your excuse?” as she discusses the misuse and abuse of the term “bipolar”.
Applauding Mitch Clark, Conrad Liveris hopes his decision to talk about personal mental health issues will open up an honest conversation about the black dog.
Polly gets a little analytical on what constitutes a disorder, an episode, and where our responsibilities end with regard to our own antisocial behaviours
TBS’s focus shifts to mental health this week, although admittedly there’s some politics (when isn’t there politics?), pirates and other stuff too…
As Internet talk around Charlotte Dawson’s death reaches a deafening pitch, Tanya Levin urges us to reach out to those who might need our help and support. Now.
Stuck in a carriage deep below the city, RW Chinnery muses on trains and their relation to the social fabric, mental health and more broadly with our lives.