Tagged With Mental Illness

I've had an anxiety disorder since I was a kid. The pandemic made it feel like a mental illness for the first time.


A third of COVID-19 survivors are diagnosed with conditions like stroke, dementia, and psychosis


A jail officer in Spokane, Washington, shot and killed a 70-year-old woman in the building's lobby



Earwax could be a cheap way to diagnose depression because it can harbour high concentrations of the stress hormone cortisol, scientists say


Justin Bieber opens up about feeling 'really, really suicidal' in the past: 'The pain was so consistent'


From her first time taking Prozac to hiding depressive episodes at work: A candid depiction of a former entertainment lawyer's ongoing struggle with bipolar disorder



CDC: 11% of US adults seriously considered suicide in June


The FDA just approved a nasal spray to relieve suicidal thoughts


Halsey tweeted her support for people with bipolar disorder: 'A manic episode isn't a joke'


Police officers stigmatised seeking help for mental-health issues. It could be damaging for the communities they're supposed to serve and protect.


I'm in recovery from an eating disorder, and relapsing while quarantined has been scarier than ever before


Selena Gomez says she has bipolar disorder during a livestream with Miley Cyrus



People with the 'Truman Show delusion' believe they're always being watched. The psychiatrist who coined the term says this paranoia is evolving as technology changes.


7 myths about 'multiple personalities' you need to stop believing


My husband is my caregiver, and spending $45 a month on his life insurance means I won't be alone if he dies


'Joker' makes an explicit connection between mental illness and violence. Here's why that's dangerous and wrong.



Trump incorrectly blamed mental illness for mass shootings, but blocked a rule that would have made it harder for some people with mental illnesses to buy guns


The NRA issued a statement supporting Trump's call to focus on mental illness to reduce gun violence after the shootings in El Paso and Dayton


Trump said people with mental illness should be 'involuntarily confined' if necessary to prevent mass shootings, despite research showing a lack of connection between mental illness and gun violence


Saoirse Kennedy Hill wrote about struggles with depression years before suspected drug overdose