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Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Hospital Suite,’ Autobiographical Comics by John Porcellino

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Readers are invited along on a man's journey through the struggles and triumphs of life. Read More »

The Truth About Hugs, Oxytocin, and Mental Illness

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Mental illness cannot be scared off or hugged away. Read More »

How Writers (and Anyone Else) Can Work Through Anxiety with Mindfulness

Ralph Ellison was plagued by writer's block more than most. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Learning to force your feelings of anxiety into the distance can dissolve writer's block - or whatever's keeping you from being productive. Read More »

Treating Anxiety and Depression: What’s Faith Got to Do With It?

Treat for depression: what's faith got to do with it?

The documented power of the placebo aligns with the fact that many are finding a spiritual approach holds hope for treating depression and other forms of mental illness. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How Should a Person Be?’ by Sheila Heti

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Powerful and unsettling, Heti's novel tackles generational aimlessness sans artistic navel gaziing. Read More »

Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety

With practice, most people can overcome public speaking anxiety and go on to feel at ease talking in front of a group. Read More »

Book Review: Mastering Creative Anxiety by Eric Maisel

Solutions to paralyzing anxieties that plague all types of creatives and block the practice of their arts. Read More »

Book Review: Mastering Creative Anxiety: 24 Lessons for Writers, Painters, Musicians, and Actors from America’s Foremost Creativity Coach by Eric Maisel

Maisel is an expert who has devoted much of his professional life to addressing artistic anxiety and its many manifestations. Read More »

The Other Half of Suicide: Who is the LaShonda Armstrong in Your Life?

Yes, you can assume the distressed person is going to do something that won't be pretty. Read More »

Book Review: Please Hug Me I’ve Been Delayed by Jeff Michaels

…for the frequent flier (and…the not-so-frequent), this book will keep readers smiling no matter how long they are delayed. Read More »