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Depression among Gen Z is skyrocketing — a troubling mental-health trend that could affect the rest of their lives

More young people are having depressive episodes, and it could spell trouble for years to come. Psychologists say there's more we could be doing.
Kit Harington chopped Jon Snow's iconic locks shortly after wrapping the final season of 'Game of Thrones.'

Kit Harington revealed he felt ‘vulnerable’ after season 5 of ‘Game of Thrones,’ when all eyes were on him after Jon Snow̵...

In an interview with Variety, Kit Harington reflected on the intense pressure he felt when Jon Snow became a main focus on "Game of Thrones."
Working remotely around the world has its struggles.

The unexpected negative impact being a digital nomad can have on your mental health

Digital nomadism is seen as an idealistic way to live, but in reality there are downsides like never being fully settled and feeling lonely.
Are you an Instagram addict?

I didn’t delete social media, but this small tweak I made to my social media feeds has had a huge effect on my happiness

Tweaking my social media feeds has shown me it's possible to find happiness and peace of mind on social media.
Kelly Catlin at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in the Netherlands on March 3, 2018.

The suicide death of a 23-year-old Olympic cyclist highlights a disturbing trend. Her former coach says we could be doing more.

People under 25 are dealing with alarming rates of depression, mental distress, and suicidal thoughts. Less sleep and more screen time may not help.
When a person cries openly and in front of others, it can demonstrate their compassion.

Crying at work doesn’t mean you’re weak. It can even offer mental health and career benefits.

Crying is often viewed as a sign of weakness, but experts say crying in the office can be beneficial for mental health and career growth.
if you're unhappy, you might not be living in the moment.

5 surprising reasons you don’t feel happy

There are signs you might be feeling down, like not getting enough sleep or sunlight, but it could also be because you're letting your mind and feelings control you.

These are the 3 scenarios where it’s acceptable to ghost someone

A psychologist explains that sometimes it's in your best interest to stop talking to the person you are dating and not look back.

A study on psychedelic microdosing in rats revealed promising results for anxiety and depression

A new study on rats found that small doses of the psychedelic drug DMT could potentially help with anxiety and depression.