depression

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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.
Roisin Lanigan
1.2.19
mental health

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.
Sarah Raphael
1.2.19
News

everyone is lonely, survey says

Over 75 percent of adults will experience moderate to severe loneliness throughout their life, but especially during these three age periods.
Nicole DeMarco
12.21.18
mental health

do you have seasonal sadness, or are you actually depressed?

How to tell if your perpetual gloom and existential crisis needs delivery, or a doctor.
Kate Lucey
12.21.18
News

most lgbtq people experience anxiety and depression, a study finds

One in eight have attempted suicide.
Nicole DeMarco
11.9.18
Music

ian sweet turned depression into one of the year's most honest rock records

Jilian Medford escaped a toxic relationship, moved home to L.A., and discovered a newfound love of tennis.
Nick Fulton
10.26.18
Culture

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.
Steve Salter
8.23.18
Culture

how to (safely) break up with a depressed person

i-D spoke to a psychologist about doing right by the both of you.
Rae Witte
6.6.18
News

45% of teens are "online constantly" and don't think that's a bad thing

But they’re no longer using Facebook as much.
Jack Sunnucks
6.5.18
News

teens are reporting depression in unprecedented numbers

And that's a good thing.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.14.18
News

being lonely is worse than 15 cigarettes a day

Gen z-ers are lonelier than ever, and it's not because of social media.
Jack Sunnucks
5.2.18
Culture

the creative heroes starting vital conversations about mental health in 2017

Artists including Lady Gaga, Chance the Rapper, and Olly Alexander are removing the taboo around discussing mental illness.
André-Naquian Wheeler
10.10.17
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