Mental Health

Marriage is better than therapy
Nicole M. King | Apr 28 2016 | comment  
Turns out that tying the knot helps to improve mental health.

Should we fix mental health issues or prevent them?
Nicole M. King | Feb 17 2016 | comment  
Mental distress can be lessened by a secure family unit.

Is life after divorce better?
Nicole M. King | Jan 13 2015 | comment  
Research says that losing a spouse through divorce can be harder than losing a spouse to death.

Greater mental health risks for IVF babies
Nicole M. King | Jul 18 2014 | comment  
Women resorting to IVF may be running unrecognised health risks

Child abuse and mental illness
Nicole M. King | May 2 2014 | comment  
Family structure has plenty to do with rates of abuse and mental illness.

Getting married young? It’s good for your mental health
Nicole M. King | Jan 31 2014 | comment  
It also comes with less drunkenness and higher life satisfaction.

Feeling sad? Stalk yourself on Facebook
Tamara El-Rahi | Mar 20 2013 | comment  

The surprising mental health effects of gender equality parenting
Bryce J. Christensen | Nov 12 2012 | comment  
When parents embrace the ideal of gender equality, their children enjoy the best possible mental health. They must. All the progressive commentators say so.

Suicide up to 14 times more likely for “queer” groups
Carolyn Moynihan | Jul 26 2011 | comment  
Australian government sources reveal that homosexuals and people of other self-identified genders are much more likely to attempt suicide than the general community.

Marriage is good for men and women
Carolyn Moynihan | Dec 18 2009 | comment  
Police everywhere are worried about the rise of binge drinking among young women. Recently I watched a television news item on attempts to control weekend drunkenness and violence in an English town, and most of the film showed young women trying to beat the lads at the own game.

Abortion linked with mental health problems
Carolyn Moynihan | Nov 3 2009 | comment  
The battle over the mental health effects of abortion continues, the latest shot being fired by a New Zealand researcher who says that abortion does lead to “significant distress” in some women.
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