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the experience of shame

the experience of shame

The experience of shame—a feeling of being unworthy, bad, or wrong—can be extremely uncomfortable. Shame has the potential to change the way we see...

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teenage self-harm

teenage self-harm

Some one in 12 young people aged between eight and 19 self-harm, and rates in the UK are among the highest in Europe.

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19 men discuss antidepressants

19 men discuss antidepressants

When it comes to mental health, everyone deals with things differently – which means that different treatments work for different people.

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9 women discuss antidepressants

9 women discuss antidepressants

In a widely read excerpt from his new book, Lost Connections, controversial author Johann Hari asks, “Is everything you know about depression wrong?”

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seven ways to start meditating

seven ways to start meditating

“This idea that meditation is hard work and takes a long time to master is not correct,” says Jillian Lavender, co-founder of the London Meditation Centre.

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rewire your brain for happiness

rewire your brain for happiness

Is happiness something we can cultivate or is it a result of our environment? New scientific research is shedding light on the answer, and the results are encouraging.

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understanding male suicide

understanding male suicide

Statistics published in the Samaritans Suicide Statistics Report 2017 show there were 6,639 suicides in the UK and Republic of Ireland in 2015.

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transgender day of visibility

transgender day of visibility

The International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV) is celebrated on March 31 every year. It was founded in 2009 by Rachel Crandall, a licensed psychotherapist specializing in transgender issues

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