Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Through struggle comes strength.
Colleges are taking responsibility for distressed students to curb student suicides – and avoid litigation.
A new book by a former therapist serves as a cautionary tale.
The secret to the perfect vacation isn't what you do, but who you are
The entertainment industry should educate and inform about the therapeutic process - not diminish it.
We’re all getting published, punching in our keywords, hoping that someone will listen.
In Treatment offers validation for those of us already there.
A broken basement pipe leads to an unlikely connection between a writer and a plumber – and a frank conversation about life, death, marriage and mental health.
Carla Cantor is the author of Phantom Illness: Recognizing, Understanding, and Overcoming Hypochondria, as well as an editor at Rutgers University.