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The Duke opens up in a new BBC special this weekend.
Along with the rest of the Fab Four—that's Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and Prince William for the uninitiated—Will has long championed the cause of mental health. Now, in order to help others talk about their emotions, he's opening up about ...
 
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Research shows cleaning is a powerful stress reliever—and I've experienced it myself.
Confession: I am 24, live in New York City, and more often than not, I'd rather spend my Friday nights cleaning my apartment than out at a bar with a cocktail in hand.So I totally understand why people are suddenly obsessing over Tidying ...
 
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The future king argued passionately for reducing the stigma around mental health issues.
Prince William took to the stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday, joining an impressive line-up of mental health advocates from around the globe. He used the opportunity to discuss his, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry's Heads Together initiative—a program that fights ...
 
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Will You Still Love Me: Festival of Arts and Ideas runs until September 16.
"When my mask shatters / and you see how broken I really am, / will you still love me?" penned the late Julia Buencamino in a poem before she died from suicide on July 7, 2015. Her parents, celebrated artists Shamaine and ...
 
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The increasing number of mental illness cases in the Philippines is alarming.
Depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses are on the rise. Just last year, a record number of 3.29 million people in the Philippines were said to be living with depression.Statistics also show that 300 million people are battling the condition worldwide—that’s an ...
 
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A quick primer on the changes we can expect once the Philippine Mental Health Act is implemented.
Last week, Senator Risa Hontiveros announced that the President has finally passed the Philippine Mental Health Law (RA 11036).“Help is finally here. This is the victory of the different advocates who helped in crafting the bill and ensured its passage from the ...
 
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Augusten Burroughs investigates the Rolls-Royce of psychiatric and addiction treatment centers.
On the first day of school in the fall of 1972, Tammy Snodgrass stood up for show-and-tell in her green and tan plaid gauchos, white cotton turtleneck, and single blond side pony-tail, and smugly announced, “This summer my dad went to Germany ...
 
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In the Middle Ages, lunacy was a mental condition thought to be connected to the lunar cycle.
The human body works in many ways we have yet to completely comprehend. While doctors in the past were at a technological disadvantage when it came to treating their patients, they tried to give the best explanations they could for many illnesses. ...
 
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Along with Prince Harry and Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge has become a serious advocate for mental health.
Along with Prince William and Prince Harry, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has dedicated herself to the cause of destigmatizing mental health issues and encouraging people to speak openly about emotional subjects. She makes frequent appearances in support of Heads Together, the organization which ...
 
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By sharing his story of survival, he hopes to impart the message that those who are suffering from mental illness are not alone.
The stigma relating to mental illness prevents millions of people around the world from speaking out and seeking treatment. And even though the awareness of mental health is slowly improving in the country, there’s still much to be done.One way of continuing ...
 
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"I would love her to have met Catherine and to have seen the children grow up."
It's been twenty years since Princess Diana passed away, and in a new interview with GQ, Prince William has opened up about life without his mother. In the extremely moving article, the Prince gets candid about missing his mom, who died in ...
 
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A love letter to the woman who's seen me at my worst.
I used to see my mother as a nagging enemy who kept me from having fun. It wasn’t unusual to catch us arguing. She always reminded me about the dangers of the world, and I opposed her news-influenced logic with an emotional ...
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