The BBC documentary explores the mental health and suicide crisis affecting young men.
The emotional impact of the coronavirus cannot be understated. Here's what experts are worried about.
With the UK under strict lockdown measures and schools closed, we talk to psychotherapist and counsellor Lucy Fuller about the effect on children’s mental health. What are some red flags that suggest a child may not be coping, and how can parents and caregivers help?
There are ways to look after yourself even if things don't feel like they are getting any easier.
Wondering if you have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or just a case of the winter blues? Mental health experts explain the difference.
These two lifestyle factors are 'critical' in reducing depression, a new study has found.
It's unrealistic to suggest unplugging from the news or social media, but these tips will help you cut back.
When the real world shut down, social media stepped in to take its place.
There's a complex relationship between fatigue and your mental health. Here's how to tell when your lethargy is something more.
Wellness rituals are no replacement for therapy.
The former first lady spoke about protests and the pandemic in her latest podcast episode.
The Wellcome Photography Prize shortlist shows human resilience in the face of depression, addiction and abuse.
One in five people feel hopeless because of the pandemic, new figures show. Don’t keep it to yourself.
Gary King is known as “The Happiness Guy” in St. Petersburg, Florida. After a life of compounding distress and deep depression, Gary put up signs with the word ‘Happiness’ as part of a social experiment, to lift the mood of the city, as well as his own. Seven months and eighty-one signs later, he’s become a local hero.
With a secure job, doting boyfriend and no children to worry about, I am ashamed to say that I have felt utterly dejected since Covid-19 took over our lives, writes Elise Metcalf.
If you want to support someone with the mental health condition, avoid saying these things.
Sitting all day is not good for your body or mind. A short stroll could make all the difference.
From staying hydrated to being on time, therapists reveal how they look after their minds.
The former England and Somerset batsman talks candidly about the depression and anxiety that have been with him since childhood.
One in 10 children have a diagnosable mental health problem.