I'm a Psychiatrist and It's OK If You Need a Xanax to Hang Out With Your Mom Over the Holidays
Everything feeling like a bit much this season? Here’s how to prioritize your own wellness without sacrificing quality time.
It is OK to feel angry, anxious, and sad — our goal is not, and cannot be, to be happy all the time.
At work, I know how important these medications are. But personally? The stigma against them left me feeling ashamed — until now.
Critics saying she didn't speak up at "the right time," in "the right way," or that her problems aren't "bad enough" sends a clear message to other women who dare to set boundaries at work.
This mental health awareness month, let's get a little more aware of the bright side.
As the public face of bulimia, bipolar disorder, and addiction, she helped others feel less alone — but at what cost?