A senior figure at Facebook has acknowledged that social media sites can damage mental health but says users need to focus on interacting with friends and family to make the most out of what the technology has to offer.
Self-criticism is thought to be a phenomenon that cuts across culture, race, class and gender. So how can you turn down the negative self-talk? We ask the experts.
A special type of CBT - cognitive behavioural therapy, also called a talking therapy - is being proposed for people with eating disorders under new NHS draft guidance planned for England.
Scientists say they have seen promising results for an experimental type of therapy for schizophrenia which involves a face-to-face discussion on a computer screen between a patient and an avatar.
Does an addictive personality exist? We ask the experts
There's a growing school of thought that negative and challenging events can ultimately have positive outcomes leading to inner strength, growth and self-knowledge.
What's the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist, and how do you know which profession can help you best?
Although sometimes it may be a partner, supposed friend or family member who is doing the adult bullying, the workplace is often the arena where adult bullies operate.
There’s a distinct difference between mess and a bit of clutter and hoarding. Learn more here.
New research is challenging the old saying that 'money can't buy you happiness'. A study suggests it's not the money itself that's important, but what you spend it on.
Get tips on dating with a mental health condition, such as depression.
The renowned British 'stiff upper lip' should not be used as a barrier to talking about mental health, according to Prince William.
Happiness is hard to define. There are all kinds of happiness but generally it makes you feel that things are good and that all is right in your world.
Public speaking can be a terrifying experience. Get tips on overcoming the fear of speaking in public.
The NHS says around one in 15 of us becomes depressed in winter and suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and millions more of us report having low spirits. Learn how getting outdoors more may help.
When we're feeling physically unwell we take it easy, get some medicine or go and see the GP. What about our mental health? Do we look after it in the same way?
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