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Mental Health

Intense isolation — compounded with trust issues — prevented Ariana Steen from forming healthy bonds with other Black women.
Adding “LOL” after “This super depressing thing happened to me and I hate my life” can hurt your mental health and relationships.
The New Zealand prime minister said she no longer has "enough in the tank" to continue leading. Many of us can relate.
Family estrangements are hard on everyone. Here's what to consider before cutting ties over politics.
The concept of "matrescence" is helping moms feel seen. Here's what to know about this phase of life — and how to navigate it.
You can't expect to be in a good mood all the time, but there are things you can do to feel better when you're down.
The actor announced his decision to stop promoting his films in August 2022.
Experts share their thoughts — and a warning — on the concept that the third Monday in January is the worst for people's mental health.
A new study found that Black women report experiencing less obvious depression symptoms instead of the more hallmark signs.
Artist Azalia Suhaimi, a mom of two, is making parents feel less alone, one Instagram post at a time.