When It Is Our Friends Who Are Depressed
It is one thing to live with our own depression. It is quite another to be around those who are suffering from it.
The Pain You Don’t Know About
1 in 5 women you know have been raped. 1 in 50 men. These are not imaginary numbers, they are the reality that surrounds you at every moment.
How To Be A Happy Spoiled Millennial
Everyone thinks it’s easy being a spoiled millennial. Unfortunately for them and the millennials, that’s not the case.
In Mental Health, There Are No Happy Endings
The biggest myth we all need to fight if we truly want to reach a mentally healthy place.
When My Father Fell To Earth
At some point, all our parents have to fall to earth, down to where they are just as human as we are. In my case, it happened with a push.
How I Met Elliott Smith
How a simple video game review written by Elliott Smith changed my life and taught me why art mattered.
When Mental Health Activism Turns Dangerous
Mental health activists have been fighting a winning war for more awareness for their cause. But there have been unintended consequences to their success.
How Do I Know I’m Doing The Right Thing?
I’m trying to live a life that I’ve been afraid of living for years. I’m trying to push forward a movement in the Jewish world. And I have no idea if I’m right to do either one.
The Lie That Drugs And Mental Instability Make Us Great Artists
Man, do artists love the myth of drug dependence and emotional instability being the key to unlocking their creativity. Only one problem: they’re dangerously wrong.
My Fantabulous Journey To Losing 18 Pounds In 2 Months
About the last time I wasn’t fat, then how I got fat, then how I started to stop being fat again. And also, why it matters to the way we all approach weight loss.