A nation of overextended, stressed-out workers has created an economic and mental health crisis with seemingly no end in sight.
We are living through two epidemics—an unprecedented deadly virus, and the pandemic of racism that has reached a tipping point. Dr. Renee Lertzman answers your questions on how to process, and then soldier on.
In a new podcast, Dr. Nzinga Harrison addresses the challenges of diagnosing, treating, and living with addiction when the isolation of Covid-19 and trauma of racial injustice put the vulnerable at even more risk.
Under mandate to stay home, working parents are now also unpaid teachers and caregivers, with the bulk of the burden falling on women. Are we rewriting a history that took generations to change?
The image-driven platform allows us to share our most vulnerable moments. But is this really the best way to foster community and engage in meaningful dialogue about mental health?
A startling pattern of trauma and pregnancy denial incites young women to do the unthinkable. Are we criminalizing women with a rare dissociative disorder?
The suicide rate among women has increased exponentially for the past 20 years. The burden of trying to do it all just may be the culprit.
It’s not surprising that women who take on too much often refuse others’ offers to ease their burden—but their reasons why might be.
After a lifetime of living with her mother’s mental illness, our writer reckons with the love of a parent who longs to say good-bye.
From a very young age, girls are taught that being skinny is a virtue and consuming “too much” is sinful. Will women ever be able to eat and drink without guilt?