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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.

7 things mental health experts wish everyone knew about therapy

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about therapy, but it doesn't always look like sitting on a couch and discussing your childhood.
Gal Szekely explains 5 Silicon Valley relationship problems.

A therapist reveals the 5 biggest relationship issues in Silicon Valley

Szekely explained Silicon Valley relationship problems including cultural differences and one person making a much larger salary.
Therapy is different for everyone and it comes in many forms.

What actually happens in therapy, from your initial call to the first session

Insider broke down the process with plenty of information about how therapists really work and what they can and cannot do for you.
Pets are part of the family.

Why losing a beloved pet hurts so much, and how to deal with the grief

A pet is more than just a pet — they're part of the family. That's why it hurts so much when we have to say goodbye to them.

High functioning anxiety can be tough to spot. Here are some of the signs you might have it.

Anxiety disorders exist on a wide spectrum, and those with high functioning anxiety tend to have a deep fear of failing or of people not liking them.
We often blame ourselves when a relationship falls apart.

A relationship expert says making these common mistakes after a breakup can lead to a negative thought spiral

Relationship guru Erika Ettin reveals how to stop yourself thinking "I'll be alone forever" or "No one will compare to my ex."
Over the years, therapists have become increasingly popular character portrayals on television.

16 fictional TV therapists, ranked from least to most likely to ruin their patients’ lives

Mental health professionals shared their thoughts on popular TV therapists, from Dr. Melfi on "The Sopranos" to Molly's therapist on "Insecure."

6 red flags that mean you should stop seeing your therapist

A therapist who is a good fit is just as important as the work they do, so it's best to know early on if the sessions are going to be effective.
You don't have to reach the Holy Grail to reward yourself.

Being good to yourself is a discipline — here’s why you should learn to enjoy rewards without feeling guilty

Working hard and never taking the time to focus on yourself leads to burnout. If you don't stop pushing yourself, you will crack.