Million Dollar Baby: Price of Mental Health in Athletics


Living For Gold: For athletes attempting to evict the shadows and tenants of mental health from their minds, the rent is too damn low. But those property costs are receiving more attention these days and hopefully soon their minds could receive another sort of stimulus package freeing their minds of these negative tenants. Info-Graphic: Money […]

It’s My Body I’ll Do What I Want


ARFID: When we talk about eating disorders, ideas like anorexia or bulimia come to mind. We rarely hear stories like that of Summer Monro who has survived on chicken nuggets for 22 years. This is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder and it’s more than just being picky. Info-Graphic: The figures in fast food. MyFitnessPal: Keeping […]

Practice Makes Perfect: But Does it Really Though?


10,000 Hour Rule: Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule, dictates that to become an expert in any field requires at least 10,000 hours of practice. It sounds legit but how does it measure up to real testing. Info-Graphic: Athletes hours of sleep and performance. Captain America: Who is Sam Hargrave and what does he have to […]

Why So Serious?: Stigma and Medieval Times


Blast From the Past: You know how some people always reminisce about the old days and call for a return to the behaviors and happenings of the past. Yeah this is not that, sorry millennials, even though we know you miss the 90’s. In fact this is almost the exact opposite. This may be why […]

Bad Blood: Testing Blood for Depression


Bad Blood: Maybe you don’t need to waste time in a doctor’s office to tell you whether or not you have depression. A simple blood test may tell you everything you desire and maybe even more. In some cases the doctor really is too rich for your blood. In the near future we may substitute […]

Rise And Shine: Becoming a Morning Person


Rise and Shine: Wouldn’t it be great if you could wake up at any time and feel awake? Yes but that’s not what were talking about here. This newsletter is about being a morning person. Kinda close, right? Info-Graphic: Time usages across the world. Insomnia Meds for Addiction: Meds used for insomnia may be effective for treating drug and alcohol addictions. Other News: Are their certain foods that can […]

New Year, New Start, New Me: NO MORE RESOLUTIONS!!!


So it’s A New Year: But in all reality it’s just another day, So here are some tips to avoid the agony of broken promises in the new year, alternatives to New Year’s resolutions. Info-Graphic: How to keep goals in the new year. Blue Monday: The saddest day of the year. Other News: 4 Rules […]

It’s a Beautiful Day (Month) to be Sober: Dry January


What is Dry January: For some of us in the colder states it really is not the most beautiful month. Info-Graphic: How much drinking is enough? Reframe: An app that “helps build healthier drinking habits” Other News: Mental health crisis of American teens. Does the US Intelligence community suffer from a pattern of trauma? Apparently […]

The Weather Outside is Frightful: Mental Health and Weather


The Sky is Falling: Here’s a quick guide to coping when the weather isn’t particularly to your liking. Info-Graphic: Seasonal Affective Disorder and mental health conditions. Katrina Babies: A film interested in the lives of those who were children present during the onslaught of hurricane Katrina? Other News: Home sweet hotel? Holidays can be tough, […]

Did You Try Turning it (Your Brain) Off and On again?: Process of Sleep


REM and the Stages of Sleep: Well there’s good sleep and there’s bad sleep. Info-Graphic: Mental Disorders and Sleep. Sleeping Genes: Are you pre-disposed toward better sleep? Other News: Genetic editing to fight anxiety and drinking in rats? Your local library may be a refuge for the mentally ill. Here’s a comedic take on what […]

New World Order? The Ai Therapist


AI Therapy: Do robots really care about your mental health? Maybe not yet, but science can be very persuasive. Info-Graphic: Course of artificial intelligences in modern society. Is Life A Simulation: Is life a simulation or virtual reality? One scientist is crowdfunding an experiment to verify the grounds of this exact question. Other News: Kanye […]

All’s Well That Ends Well: Wellness


Meditation: Sitting around doing nothing could actually be beneficial for health, or not. Info-Graphic: Mental health in America. ‘Atlanta’ TV Therapy: The sense behind sensory deprivation tanks. Other News: Tips for parents of teens with mental health issues. Seasonal affective disorder lighting. Do you care about the minds of Olympians, even if it’s a horse? […]

Lack of Productivity During Episodes of Psychosis

An image of maf trying to Overcome the voices in his head

I woke up today, but I did not do much else, strictly because of my voices. My productivity was kaput. Well you may say, yeah I have an inner voice too, that may be true, but there is a stark difference. When I say hear voices, They are a clear and defined third party, A […]

Running From Schizophrenia? Coping Through Cardio (3 Miles A Day)


The choice between mental and physical health and detriment in life always surmounts to ideas of simplicity. Whether it be brushing your teeth one day or taking antipsychotic medication the next. Both tasks serve towards a greater good yet for some reason bringing yourself toward accomplishing them can comprise a task of great difficulty. Conquer […]