could ‘do not disturb’ mode help cure our anxiety?
By cutting off the constant buzz, many are creating healthier relationships with their phones.
we need to stop making mental illness look cool on social media
The trend of falsely portraying anxiety and depression threatens the already fragile well-being of more young people than ever before.
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instagram might remove ‘likes’
One small step for Instagram, one giant leap for… mental health?
a new study finds shrooms boost creativity for up to a week
The magical fungus is considered the "safest drug" and can also improve empathy.
adut akech opens up about her experiences of depression on instagram
The i-D cover star wants to help break down the stigma around mental health with a New Year message posted to her account.
we all know social media can seriously harm your mental health, so what now?
Despite the detrimental effects of social media, we’re still completely hooked. Refinery29 Editor at Large Sarah Raphael shares her tips on how to use it safely.
most lgbtq people experience anxiety and depression, a study finds
One in eight have attempted suicide.
young new zealanders get candid about mental health
With New Zealand in the middle of a mental health crisis we spoke to young Kiwis about their experiences.
what it means if you hate having your picture taken
For those of us who prefer not to be the focus of attention, it used to be so much easier to hide.
this publication hopes to end the stigma around men’s mental health
'HIM + HIS' is an anthology of visual and written contributions exploring the strengths and weaknesses of men and mental health.
what does changing social media use reveal about the shifting anxieties of gen z?
Does migration to self-deleting media and trigger-happy liking mean that Gen Z are less anxious than millennials?
why this tweet about mental health services went viral
Going to A&E in the midst of a mental health crisis, writer Emily Reynolds was turned away with nothing more than a pamphlet. When she tweeted about the absurdly inadequate treatment, the response from others about similar experiences was overwhelming.