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Christmas isn't joyful for everyone.

How to avoid family feuds and looks after your mental health this Christmas

Disruption can arise over the holidays because of political disagreements, food prep stress, and long-standing tensions that haven't been resolved.

‘988’ could soon be the ‘911’ of suicide prevention in the US, making it easier for anyone to call and get help

Suicide rates are skyrocketing in the US. While there's already a suicide prevention 1-800 number, proponents say the shorter code could save lives.
Narcissistic personality disorder is a condition in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance and lack of empathy for others.

Baby boomers are more sensitive than millennials, according to the largest-ever study on narcissism

People tend to become less narcissistic with age, but older generations are still more narcissistic than younger ones, researchers found.

14 people reveal the No. 1 thing they learned from therapy

About one in five adults will experience mental illness this year, and approximately 46 million adults in the US manage a mental illness every day.
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during an interview with Reuters in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 27, 2017.

North Korea just called Trump an old imbecile in the latest sign the country is back on a warpath

Kim Jong Un first used the insult "dotard" — referring to someone who's senile and losing it — in 2017, when Trump called him "Little Rocket Man."
In October, Rep. Katie Porter of California challenged Mark Zuckerberg to moderate disturbing content for an hour each day, but Zuckerberg declined.

A former Facebook moderator is suing the firm, claiming that reviewing horrific material left him with PTSD

Chris Gray is seeking damages from both Facebook Ireland and CPL, the company that directly employed him.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump pauses during a campaign event September 6, 2016 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

350 health professionals sign letter to Congress claiming Trump’s mental health is deteriorating dangerously amid impeachment proceedings

Trump is doubling down on conspiracy theories and falsehoods as he faces impeachment, a sign psychiatrists say means he could be delusional.

What happens to your body and brain over the holidays

Experts in psychology and brain chemistry say that clear communication and self-care are key during the holidays.

When you feel overwhelmed, understand balance is hard

The world of work has changed. Technology was supposed to have made our lives easier, but instead we find ourselves on our phones at 10 p.m. on Friday nights, trying to read complex work emails on 5.5″ screens.
The author and her husband.

My husband is my caregiver, and spending $45 a month on his life insurance means I won’t be alone if he dies

She has schizophrenia and needs support — a life insurance policy means she can still afford care if her husband dies.