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Why do so many successful people take their lives? The tragedy of Kate Spade’s death shatters misconceptions about suicide: that it is attached to failure.
While medication can be a key aspect of ADHD treatment, there are things you can change in your daily life to help, too.
Living with a chronic illness and looking for love? Check out these sites that were made just for you — plus some advice on how to navigate them.
Having an artistic outlet can help reduce stress and raise self-esteem for people with MS.
Whether it’s post-surgery restrictions or just normal aging, it’s not easy to give up a life-long passion, especially when it has become a symbol of self-identity.
Getting mad can make you feel powerful (briefly). But it’s destructive.
After getting a new wheelchair, ankylosing spondylitis patient expert Charis Hill explains how this new tool helps her live her best life with AS.
There is no such thing as “women’s depression”: there is just depression. Not the same with men.
As a loved one or friend, it can be hard to get through to a person with guarded emotions. These tips make it easier to open communication.
Five common myths about time management, and ideas for completing tasks more effectively.