Stressors are the external events, including pressures in people's lives, such as divorce, marriage, children, and work and money pressures. The experience of stress, however, is related to how you respond to these stressors. READ MORE

Women Now Drink as Much as Men — and Are Prone to Sickness Sooner

This trend parallels the rise in mental health concerns among young women

Your Health

Tourette Syndrome Is My Superpower

My tics embarrassed me for years, until I finally saw them as a thing of beauty

Real Women, Real Stories

Closing the Mental Health Gap for Women of Color

More people of color are seeking mental health services, but finding a therapist of color can be difficult

Self-Care & Mental Health

Naomi Osaka’s Withdrawal From the French Open Highlights How Prioritizing Mental Wellness Goes Against the Rules, on the Court and Off

While a physical injury is routinely accepted as a legitimate reason for not performing aspects of one's duties, mental or emotional injury has yet to reach the same level of attention or legitimacy

Self-Care & Mental Health

Weight Stigma Is a Burden Around the World – and Has Negative Consequences Everywhere

Weight stigma occurs in many developed countries, not just the U.S. and often has devastating consequences

Your Health

Marital Rape Is Still Legal

Her husband raped her. The state said it wasn't a crime.

Your Care

How to ‘Build Back Better’ Health Habits After the Pandemic Year

Trying to get back to normal too quickly may be hard on joints and hearts

Your Wellness

The Other Side of the Rainbow

Coming out to my family as transgender helped me find inner peace

Self-Care & Mental Health

Why Do We Hate the Sound of Our Own Voices?

When played back to you on a recording, your voice can sound unrecognizable

Your Health

Domestic Violence Isn’t About Just Physical Violence – and State Laws Are Beginning to Recognize That

Intimate partner abuse isn't about just physical violence. It's about domination and control.

Self-Care & Mental Health