As a Political Commentator and Consultant, I Was Used to Pivoting. But Brain Surgery Spun My Life in a Whole New Direction.
When I found out I had a brain tumor, I had to accept that God had a different plan for me
As things get back to some semblance of normalcy, those of us grieving Covid losses are struggling with stress and mixed emotions
Commonly known as eczema, this skin condition can cause physical and emotional pain — but learning how to manage it makes all the difference
If the idea of making small talk at a crowded happy hour sounds terrifying to you, you're not alone. Nearly half of Americans are uneasy about returning to in-person interaction regardless of vaccination status.
Conversion Therapy Is Discredited and Increases Risk of Suicide – yet Fewer Than Half of US States Have Bans in Place
Conversion therapy, or the practice of attempting to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity, is based on an outdated and incorrect notion that such identities are a choice that can be changed
Flawed Data Led to Findings of a Connection Between Time Spent on Devices and Mental Health Problems – New Research
When it comes to mental health, is digital technology a culprit or scapegoat?
Bringing Joy Back to the Classroom and Supporting Stressed Kids – What Summer School Looks Like in 2021
Five academic experts explain what summer school does, and why it may look very different this year
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