What in the name of the father, the son, and the holy ghost is happening to me?
Seventy years ago, my grandaunt was 'possessed' by an evil spirit. The haunting continues all around us.
Six readers weigh in on the complex present and ideal future of mental health. Keyword: acceptance.
Suicide cannot be a metaphor to describe (sporting) blunders. The game I love needs to take the lead.
Drowning in 'Zoom fatigue'? The most iconic company of the work from home age is quietly crafting a different legacy.
My fantasy is to be able to choose my grief. I want to mark as spam all the grief in the world that I cannot handle. But grief born on the internet doesn't care for my fantasy.
Mental health diagnoses are often attacked for being unscientific, oppressive, and prone to abuse. But for many, they remain the only route to dignity and sanity.
We are witnessing a profound shift in the traditional therapist-client relationship.
Hope is hard work, but maybe, just maybe, it is within our grasp.
Crying is said to have superpowers - such as flushing toxins from the body. But we shouldn't need 'science' to build a case for crying.
Sobbing, weeping, or bawling - whatever your method, I invite you to join me for a special conversation with Heather Christle, author of The Crying Book, an incandescent ode to our tears.