~12 min read · 2021-09-30 · How many mental illnesses does the internet think you have?
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it’s certainly possible to argue that anyone who spends enough time online may experience some of the symptoms that help psychologists diagnose patients.
7 min read · 2021-10-16 · A lot of us have been sitting too much, and it's hard on us mentally as well as physically. Research shows breaking up that couch or desk time with short stints of movement can help lift your mood.
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Don't blame yourself if you're struggling to get started.
5 min read · Apr 25th · Mirrors, selfies and knowing other people are looking at you all cause people to think of themselves as objects. Video calls are all three in one and are likely increasing the harms of self…
5 min read · 2020-06-25 · Checking your phone for an extra two hours every night won’t stop the apocalypse—but it could stop you from being psychologically prepared for it.
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