JOMO, or the joy of missing out, can help you become more selective about how you spend your time and become less bothered by FOMO.
Hoovering is common in abusive relationships. It can look like flattery, gifts and promises — but it can also look like stalking, threats and smear campaigns. Here’s what you can do.
A psychologist explains how depression really feels and what you can do when you experience symptoms.
Stonewalling is a common way to handle conflict, but that doesn’t make it any less toxic. Find out what stonewalling is, why we do it, why it’s harmful — and how to stop.
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Anxiety is a normal response to many of life’s stressors. But if it keeps you from fully participating in life, you may have a disorder that needs treatment. Find out how to tell.
If you’ve experienced depression, you know the warning signs. Use that knowledge to your advantage by trying these strategies to manage your feelings.
The mental health crisis on college campuses is worse than ever. But there are steps you can take to help your child stay happy and healthy in school.
A psychologist explains why there’s a mental health crisis in higher education — and what to do if you or somebody you love is impacted.
A clinical health psychologist explains how FOMO, or the fear of missing out, has a direct impact on your physical, mental and emotional health.
We all have emotions, but what exactly are they? A psychologist explains the five basic emotions — enjoyment, sadness, disgust, fear and anger — and how you can talk more effectively about how you feel.