[eltdf_dropcaps type="normal" color="" background_color=""]A[/eltdf_dropcaps]nother year means another resolution that you know damn well you have no chance of following through with. What? Did you want comforting platitudes? We're too real for that. But there are ways in which even you can manage to keep your
DIME contributor and renowned photographer Kate Dearman shares her personal battle with an eating disorder, how she conquers it, and how recovery has helped her find beauty in everyone.
Whether or not you choose to take medication to help control anxiety, tricks for calming yourself when there’s a flair up or panic attack are essential.
It may seem like something you would do in a rocking chair when your hair is gray, but crocheting is actually popular amongst millennials as an anxiety and depression coping mechanism.
Being a person is hard work. Sometimes it helps to have a guide book of sorts to help you navigate through this world.
A diet change should not be considered a silver bullet for severe mental health issues, but a possible remedy that might decrease the need for antidepressants or other pharmaceutical solutions could be worth a try.
A little bourbon, a Liquer, some Vanilla
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PHOTO: Billie Holiday performs in New York City in 1947. Photo by William P. Gottlieb.
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[eltdf_dropcaps type="square" color="" background_color=""]Is[/eltdf_dropcaps] there a link between creativity and mental illness? A study of jazz musicians from the genre's Golden Age suggests there
As a culture we don't talk about death as often as we should. It's the most universal experience we all share, yet, we are too uncomfortable with the subject to speak of it honestly and openly. That is why most audiences will probably stay away