mental health

As we move into the winter months, it's important to be active in taking care of yourself.
How you choose to spend your vacation or paid time off (PTO) is your choice. You shouldn't feel obligated to offer an explanation to your boss.
Half of teens surveyed don't see a possible future.
An alarming report found some patients develop a mental illness within 90 days of getting infected. Here's what you need to know.
Follow these tricks experts use to help themselves feel better when they're in a funk.
96% of Lady Shri Ram College students said the coronavirus pandemic and online classes had affected their physical and mental health, according to a survey conducted by the students’ union.
The writer of ‘It’s All In Your Head, M’ is not sorry about writing the book, even if it comes at a personal cost.
Between the pandemic and hellscape that is 2020, "How are you?" just doesn't cut it anymore. Here are some alternatives to try instead.
It's unrealistic to suggest unplugging from the news or social media, but these tips will help you cut back.
The world might seem like a confusing and isolating place, but there’s plenty of support and resources helping you to deal with anxiety.
It's not just right after giving birth. A new study shows that for a significant number of moms, symptoms persist for years.
COVID-19 burnout is sapping our energy, making it difficult to nurture all but a few relationships in our lives.
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It’s natural to feel low around the holiday season, especially this year. Many of us can’t travel home for Durga Puja, Dussehra, Diwali or Christmas and Covid-19 is still a big risk.
"There was one GP who just thought it was all anxiety."
Small tweaks to what and how you ask can give you a true sense of how your child is actually coping — beyond "yes," "no" and fine."
Here are all the ways our well-being may change by the end of 2020 ― from anxiety to trauma to less stigma around therapy.
Vaginismus is a psychosexual condition in which anxiety and trauma are often both the cause and the effect.
The isolation caused by Covid-19 has curtailed the process of grieving and changed the fabric of how we grieve.
The 'Dil Bechara' actor, who shared photos of her self-harm scars on social media last year, says we need to break the stigma and shame around having mental health concerns.