mental health

Culture

could ‘do not disturb’ mode help cure our anxiety?

By cutting off the constant buzz, many are creating healthier relationships with their phones.
Douglas Greenwood
10.14.19
Culture

5 teens tell us what they think about mental health days in school

We asked students how they feel about the laws being passed around the country.
Anika Nayak
10.14.19
Opinion

why we need more sober safe spaces for marginalised communities

If we want to get serious about intersectional mental health, we first have to create more sober spaces for QTIBPOC.
Aisha Mirza
10.8.19
Culture

how 'sadfishing' became our favourite coping mechanism

Far from being just a way of seeking attention, venting on social media is a way of reaching out across the void and forging a support network.
Douglas Greenwood
10.4.19
Culture

what to do if eco-anxiety is ruining your mental health

With an unpredictable future ahead Generation Z are still managing to find hope in a world that’s burning before our eyes.
Douglas Greenwood
9.27.19
Opinion

what studying abroad can do to your mental health

It's sold as wall-to-wall fun and freedom, but students can feel they've been left high and dry when the reality doesn't match up.
Kirstie Sutherland
9.24.19
Opinion

how selfies destroy our self-esteem

In their new book 'Mixed Feelings: Exploring Modern Life and the Internet, One Discussion at a Time', journalist Sarah Raphael and model Naomi Shimada break down what social media is really doing to our self-worth.
Sarah Raphael
9.19.19
News

new study conclusively ties "conversion therapy" to suicide attempts

It's the first major study into the dangerous impact of "gender identity conversion".
Jenna Mahale
9.12.19
Music

jamie campbell bower is here to tell you 'it gets better'

i-D talks to the the actor and lead singer of Counterfeit about his band's changing sound, mental health, and his new role in the 'Game of Thrones' prequel.
Christina Cacouris
9.9.19
News

a recent study links air pollution and mental illness

Depression and bipolar disorder were found to be more common in major cities.
Nicole DeMarco
8.27.19
News

maybe social media isn't as bad for teens as we thought

New research found no correlation between screen time and negative effects on mental health.
Erica Euse
8.27.19
Opinion

the changing politics of your 'close friends' on instagram

A safe space for fuck ups or an emotional crutch? Here's how the feature got complicated.
Paula Akpan
8.22.19
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