As Black people face an onslaught of emotions and isolation, churches play a crucial role in addressing the mental health of their members
Laughter has physical and mental health benefits and goodness knows we could all use a little levity as we close out 2020
Those who take care of older adults are suffering as their patients continue to get sick and die from COVID-19
New research shows that people who experienced high levels of racial discrimination as teenagers had significantly higher levels of depression in their 20s, and accelerated aging on a cellular level
From face masks to social distancing, COVID-19 precautions are more than just an inconvenience for those with disabilities
Feeling Disoriented by the Election, Pandemic and Everything Else? It’s Called ‘zozobra,’ and Mexican Philosophers Have Some Advice
If you have a gnawing sense of distress this election day, you're not alone. Honest conversations about our shared suffering may help bring us together.
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we look at why domestic violence is on the rise and how to create an exit plan
I realized I had to deal with the painful secrets and trauma underlying my addiction in order to find a pathway to recovery.
Sharing new technology with my hard-of-hearing grandmother opened up a safe space for us to be vulnerable and connect.
Joy is something we feel deep in our bones, and it's possible to feel in the midst of sorrow.