Beth McMullen’s show ‘Girl, Schminterschmupted’ delves into her own Borderline Personality Disorder. The result is equal parts serious, urgent and very very funny.
Recently, I’ve been struggling with my mental health. For the first time, it seems too much. Don’t get me wrong, I want to live. That’s all I want to do.
According to the official line, radical Islamic thought is the source of terrorism in this country. But what about mental health?
In the wake of a Demi Lovato-like incident, posts on social media offer a brutal, honest snapshot of the person then, and the person now.
I’ve long managed my own condition, but now with my daughter facing her own, we’re discovering plains anew, in spite of our genes.
Hoarding is now considered a serious mental disorder, so to better understand what drives it, I met Frank.
After the Damien Little tragedy, fingers are being pointed. But as Rob Idol points out, while outrage is easier, to understand is human.
UK woman Rosie Skinner seriously snacks on sponges, writes Xavier Toby, and we get to soak up her story in order to make our neuroses easier to stomach…
Mental health advocate Bronte O’Brien offers a compelling personal recollection of dealing with mental illness – not someone else’s, her own…
In what he calls the ‘being-a-jerk-period’ of mental illness, Mikael Hattingh wants to apologise to those who have faith he will make it through.