“Online Tool Provides Support For People With Suicidal Thoughts” AND More on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

Hello everyone and welcome back! I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas time with your loved ones. Well, its time to get back to grinding mode and lets delve right into Best 5 Reads! 1) Online tool provides support for people with suicidal thoughts As an individual with lived experience of anxiety, depression, … More “Online Tool Provides Support For People With Suicidal Thoughts” AND More on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

“The Psychology of Internet Trolls and the Empathy Deficit” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) The Psychology of Internet Trolls and the Empathy Deficit Backyard bullies have always been with us. We used to be able to spot bullies from blocks away. The swagger, jeers, taunts, and looks of disdain and aggression were on full display, and … More “The Psychology of Internet Trolls and the Empathy Deficit” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads

Christmas and Anxiety (Free Guide)

Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well. Today, I would like to share another resource/guide with you guys which I believe is very essential during this festive season. Multiple studies have shown that the rate of suicide and/or anxiety increase significantly during Christmas period because of various invidual specific reasons. To prevent or atleast … More Christmas and Anxiety (Free Guide)

“Is Universal Screening for Depression a Good Idea?” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

Hello everyone! I hope all of you had a wonderful weekend. Lets start our long week ahead some interesting articles! 1) Is Universal Screening for Depression a Good Idea? With recent reports of suicide rates being on the rise in the U.S., we’ve been thinking a lot about what we can do to better detect, … More “Is Universal Screening for Depression a Good Idea?” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

What Does It Mean to be Called a ‘Monster’? AND More on Best 5 Friday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) What does it mean to be called a ‘monster’? On March 29 2016, the archivist Amy Proctor stood in a temperature-controlled strongroom in the London Metropolitan Archive and tried not to feel daunted by the task ahead of her. She was surrounded … More What Does It Mean to be Called a ‘Monster’? AND More on Best 5 Friday Reads

“5 Ways To Show Your Kids The Importance Of Mental Health” AND More on Best 5 Thursday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) 5 Little Ways To Show Your Kids The Importance Of Mental Health When children scrape their knees, they know it’s an injury that needs to be treated. But when they suffer from something mentally, they might not know it’s just as important … More “5 Ways To Show Your Kids The Importance Of Mental Health” AND More on Best 5 Thursday Reads

“World Support For Mental Health Care Is Pitifully Small” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads

Hello everyone! I hope all of you had a wonderful weekend. Let’s start our busy week some interesting articles on mental health. Here we go! 1) Report: World Support For Mental Health Care Is ‘Pitifully Small’ It’s a major milestone in the fight to recognize mental health and mental illness as global issues: a comprehensive … More “World Support For Mental Health Care Is Pitifully Small” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads

“Michael Phelps Discussing Anxiety & Depression” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Let’s begin! 1) Michael Phelps Discussed Anxiety & Depression In A Way That Shows It’s OK To Not Be OK The stigma surrounding mental health still exists, but that didn’t stop Michael Phelps from discussing anxiety and depression on Thursday’s Today show. The Olympic swimmer … More “Michael Phelps Discussing Anxiety & Depression” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

“SSRIs a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ in Major Depression?” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Lets begin! 1) SSRIs a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ in Major Depression? SSRIs may amplify the living environment of patients with MDD so that those in more positive situations are more likely to remit compared with their counterparts living in less favorable conditions. 2) Problem Gaming, Sexual … More “SSRIs a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ in Major Depression?” AND More on Best 5 Tuesday Reads