The psychology of wartime trauma
A hundred years from Shell Shock to PTSD
Our emotions, our bodies, ourselves
Women need to own their feelings, not medicate them, says a psychiatrist. We could take this further.
A postcard from the loneliness capital of Europe
Half a million people in the UK spent last Christmas alone.
Beyond sadness, a saving hope
A writer finds there is a remedy for the “black dog” of depression.
A world of depression and suicide
WHO suicide report shows we must stop seeing depression as a disorder of developed world.
Bored? Don’t worry, it might be the start of something brilliant
Boredom has a purpose - it signals that you are searching for new goals.
An end to the madness?
The fifth edition of the DSM psychiatric manual may be the last.
Another victim goes on a rampage
Every horrific shooting is committed by someone who claims to have been bullied.
Wrong diagnosis, wrong medicine won’t cure bullying
Why medical school anti-bullying policies are failing.
Why bullycide is on the increase
Bullying-related suicide will not decrease as long as we glorify the victims with magazine covers and laws in their name.
College blues and the twinkie factor
How should a college professor deal with students' mental health excuses?