Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Understanding the essentiality of mental health
Shainna Ali Ph.D., LMHC
Recognizing that your loved one may need mental health therapy is one thing, but knowing what to do next is another. These suggestions can help you help your loved one seek help.
Therapy is helpful for anyone experiencing mental health symptoms. Yet, misconceptions and stigma can inhibit you from seeking the help you may need.
A friendship doesn’t begin with the hopes that it will end. If we recognize our bond isn't the same and is painful, do we have the power to heal our bond?
Adult coloring books claim to provide users with the opportunity to connect with their inner artists, reduce stress, and live happier lives. But do they?
Good friends boost our mood, confidence, and happiness, but have you ever had friend make you feel quite the opposite? If so, you may be dealing with a toxic friend.
Friendship breakups can be painful and confusing. Although each bond is different, there are some common reasons why friendships fail.
Did you know that Gaming Disorder is included in the ICD-11 draft? Here are some points to help you understand the new classification.
Three TED Talks you need to watch if you're thinking about starting therapy.
Technology is integrated into our daily lives. At what point are we at risk for crossing the fine line from general use to problematic use?
Feeling emotionally out of control? These 10 tips may help you manage your emotions.
The healing power of dance is recognized worldwide. However, we often emphasize physical benefits and fail to recognize the mental-health potential.
In a powerful performance of their song, 1-800-273-8255, Logic, Khalid, and Alessia Cara spark a much-needed conversation about suicide in the USA.
It's that time of the year, hearts and cupids in every corner. A key to avoid being swept up by the Valentine's Dat whirlwind is not to avoid love, it's simply to shift the focus.
Shainna Ali, Ph.D., is a practitioner, educator, and advocate who is passionate about highlighting the essentiality of mental health in fostering happiness and fulfillment.