Kevin Eikenberry, who blogs on leadership, has a quick write up of this book, obviously written from the perspective of being a leader and helping identify loneliness in your own life, and the lives of those who follow you in … Read More
I’ve seen numerous comments like this from social scientists this year, and I have to say, there’s definitely something to it.
““I get tons of people asking me what we can do during the pandemic to try to stay connected and stave off loneliness,” said BYU psychology professor Julianne Holt-Lunstad, who co-led the project. “Conducting this experiment during pandemic conditions—which we didn’t originally plan—we found that people can experience significant reductions in loneliness even in tough times just by doing things that are easy, free and require no training to help the people around them.””… Read More
What is PTSD?
What It’s Like to Live with Suicidal Ideation
Loneliness and suicide: what’s the link and what role does depression play?
5 Steps to Help Someone Who is Suicidal
‘We Are Therapists. After 6 Months of Lockdown, We’re Almost at Breaking Point’
Accepting Limitations in Mental Health Recovery
How Does Racism Affect Black Mental Health?… Read More
Brian Cardoza on Surviving Abuse and Sex Trafficking
The Science of How Our Minds and Our Bodies Converge in the Healing of Trauma
5 Reasons Mental Illness Isn’t ‘Abnormal’ (And ‘Normal’ Doesn’t Exist)
Linked: What to say to your boss if you’re struggling at work during COVID-19
Brave Expressions. -Brave Expressions is a mental health storytelling platform that empowers people to express their experiences through any creative outlet. Our mission is to create a space where people can express their mental health stories, learn about others’ experiences, and know they’re not alone.
How Scapegoating Is the Promotion of a False Family Narrative
LSU student creates mental health hotline to combat stigmas in Black communities
20 Mental Health Resources to Follow
How growing and nurturing friendships can boost your mental and physical health
Winning at all costs – how abuse in sport has become normalised
Fight Loneliness by Expanding Your Circle of Concern… Read More
It’s always nice when a study backs up what you’ve written about before. “It often helps to smile at others to ease social tensions. Recognizing a smile is much more difficult when the mouth is covered. You’d think so. But … Read More