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You may not be familiar with self-compassion, but it’s an important tool to improve your mental and emotional well-being. Learn how this technique can help silence your inner critic and help you reach your goals.
In a world of social media, it’s normal to feel self-conscious about a picture of yourself now and then. But when that self-criticism goes too far, it can have unhealthy expectations and consequences. A facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon explains how selfies and filters have created a culture of insecurity and comparison — and how to take a step back.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed or shows signs of a mental health disorder, it can be hard to understand what it all means. Here’s what characterizes schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder, and how to help.
A psychologist explains the science behind intrusive thoughts and shares tips for how to avoid having them (or how to cope when they happen anyway).
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A registered psychotherapist does a deep dive into climate anxiety — how to know if you have it, how it affects you and strategies to help you cope.