Because your wellbeing is more important than your ATAR.
In the US, 1 in 5 children have a mental, emotional, or behavioral disorder. Treatment should be a human right, not a privilege.
"The loan charge took my brother’s life — he was a father, a son, an uncle, a partner: it has essentially destroyed our family."
Think before you speak. Simple as that.
"I love it when my therapist says something is someone else's fault — I'm like yes bitch IKR."
Colton Haynes Shared Hospital Photos On Instagram To Shine Light On Addiction, And Celebs Are Applauding Him For It
"I no longer want to project a curated life."
What helped you ease your mind when you first went away to school?
"You won't ever change other people — only how you deal with them."
"I can use this platform to help people."
“Even brief contact with the police or indirect exposure is associated with lasting harm,” said New York City’s health commissioner.
Trump Blamed This Weekend's White Supremacist Terror Attack And Mass Shooting On Everything But Guns
Trump's first substantial remarks after a terror attack in El Paso and a mass shooting in Dayton were filled with contradictions of his previous statements.
"I don’t think anyone knows what fame actually is. Because if I did want to be famous — it wasn’t this kind."
Instead of throwing something at the wall, read this post instead.
"Anxiety is like that moment that your chair almost tips over, but it never stops."
The fan battle to #FreeBritney raises uncomfortable — and maybe unanswerable — questions that have long plagued her brand.
“Removing the stigma cannot just be a slogan — we need to make it real through our actions,” said Rep. Susan Wild.
Theresa May Promised To Tackle These “Burning Injustices”. This Data Shows She Improved None Of Them.
Exclusive: A new analysis gives a withering assessment of the outgoing Tory leader’s record on the domestic policy priorities she identified in her first speech outside Downing Street.
The decision comes months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their own Instagram account.
"I've nearly lost people to mental health problems that I really care about..."
"It doesn't make you weak to ask for help."
"If I'm happy then I'm not going to give that up to be private."
"You can understand if you're the local MP and there's an election coming and you can announce, 'I've got a headspace in my electorate', that looks great."
"Honestly, I want a normal life... I don’t want any of this crazy, crazy world because it’s not worth it."
"Bold of me to constantly use the phrase 'No worries!' when I am, in fact, constantly full of many worries."
"We're not like other victims where we want to just immediately go out and start campaigning," a 17-year-old STEM student said.
During those first months with my newborn, I was overwhelmed by sadness. The doctor said it was just baby blues. (An excerpt from Teresa Wong's Dear Scarlet.)
Millennial life skills, here we come.
Hide your kids, hide your likes.
"When someone tells you they love you every day, I think it makes you love yourself a bit more."
"For the longest time, I didn’t understand why I felt so sick."
"She’s releasing albums, doing multiple legs of tour and I truly hope she’s taking her time to heal."
"I feel better mentally with the change, and it's nice to work out and have your body actually respond."
Oprah Has Only Gone And Teamed Up With Prince Bloomin' Harry For A Documentary Series About Mental Health
“I truly believe that good mental health – mental fitness – is the key to powerful leadership, productive communities and a purpose-driven self."
This Teacher Came Up With A Really Innovative Way To Find Out How Her Students Are Feeling And Other Teachers Are Inspired
"Many of us struggle to find the words to ask for help. I thought this poster could make it a bit easier for my students to reach out."
A therapist wrote about trying to get through to one of her trickiest clients. (A chapter from Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.)
"You don't have to say yes to every argument you're invited to."
More than a year after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, two young people have killed themselves. The community is now working overtime to offer support.
Their comments raise questions about how schools nationwide can better prepare for this reality. The school district said it continues to provide ongoing support to the community.
“I wasn’t feeling like myself and I couldn’t figure out why,” he said.
Hailey Bieber Opened Up About Mental Health After Justin Bieber Revealed He's Been "Struggling A Lot"
"Your mental health should be number one and it falls to the side a lot."
Money, and how we spend it, is emotional. Financial therapists could help us talk about it.
It's time to start prioritising yourself.