It’s not about changing the way you think, says life coach Allegra Stein - it’s about acknowledging that your thoughts have a big impact on how you feel
One in six adults in the UK have a common mental disorder
Survey of 1,000 workers reveals that seven in 10 said stress was a problem
We think of homesickness as a triviality, but doctors in the US Civil War, with mental healthcare in its infancy, found that young soldiers pined so much that the condition could even be fatal
'It is not OK to discuss these things. It is regarded as the employee’s problem and their problem alone'
Evidence indicates that gay men are more than twice as likely to attempt suicide as heterosexual men, yet this crucial demographic information (which they do hold) was not released at all
Young women today have access to contraception and advice about relationships and mental health in a way my generation did not. Their attitude to sex is far more mature than mine
The National Alliance on Mental Illness-San Francisco condemned the display, saying it reinforced the stereotype of mental illness
Photographer Matt van de Velde documents the ghostly beauty of North America's mental hospitals that sit empty and threatened with demolition
'At the end of my first year, I was hit by anxiety and depression so hard that I quite simply did not know what was happening. It was like waking up to find yourself alone in the middle of the ocean'
MP Luciana Berger called for urgent action, warning 'services [are] stretched to breaking point'
The number of children in the UK classed as living in poverty increased by 200,000 in the last year
Depression should be thought of more like heart disease and cancer says Sarah Bailey, where small changes in a number of genes contribute to the development of the illness instead of looking for just one gene that causes it
'A psychiatric diagnosis where appropriate is important, but it does not explain motivation'
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