"For me, it's the amount of dishes in my sink."
Breaking down everything you need to know about stopping medication, from the process to side effects.
One of the nation’s biggest industries is staffed by workers facing grueling conditions and sky-high depression rates.
From the annoying things people say to how exhausting your to-do list is.
For HuffPost Wellness' series 'Living With,' we're giving you a guide to navigating conditions that affect your mind and body.
Depression is often associated with sadness, but there's another emotional response that gets little attention.
It's time to stop believing these misconceptions.
And how to have a conversation with your partner about your mental health.
"It is an illness, a cancer of the mind," wrote James Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother.
Unfortunately, old heads tend to be pretty set in their ways.
Every time I’ve stopped or reduced my meds through tapering, I’ve experienced symptoms of discontinuation to some extent.
The creator of this photo series wants to break down stigmas and challenge what we think we know.
It may seem harmless, but this four-letter word is actually doing a lot of damage.
Most people don't realize that I am struggling.
The "Modern Family" star described her lifetime of health struggles during an interview.
A month of dosing every third day, combined with daily journaling and weekly therapy sessions, helped me to see where I was getting stuck, and illuminated the good things around me.
A new study has found there’s a limit to the number of minutes you should spend on social media, which can make you feel less lonely and depressed.
As a survivor of child abuse, Rob Scheer is in the unique position of understanding the trauma his children experienced.
The conversation surrounding mental health tends to revolve around how to get better. But what comes after rehabilitation?
“25 Things People Said That Were Actually Code for ’I’m Depressed’” was originally published on The Mighty. By Haley Quinn