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OBAMACARE’S DEMISE IS A LOOMING DISASTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH

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Trumpcare Will Be Catastrophic For People With Mental Health Issues

Experts in behavioral health and lawmakers who have been fighting for mental health awareness vehemently oppose the legislation.

Trumpcare Will Be Catastrophic For People With Mental Health Issues

House Republicans on Thursday passed an updated version of the American Health Care Act, which could affect the millions of people who live with a mental health […]

Ten Percent of Adults Have a Drug-Use Disorder in Their Lifetime

People with drug use disorder were much more likely to have psychiatric illnesses, the researchers reported in JAMA Psychiatry, as they were… 1.8 times as likely to have borderline personality disorder, when compared to people without drug abuse.

Ten Percent of Adults Have a Drug-Use Disorder in Their Lifetime

A survey of American adults revealed […]

Should I Smile Back Be Categorized as an “Addiction Movie”?

‘She suffers from this,’ you have every expert saying, ‘No, she’s not bipolar, she really has borderline personality disorder …’”

Should I Smile Back Be Categorized as an “Addiction Movie”?

By Aisha Harris

In I Smile Back, which opened this past weekend, Sarah Silverman plays very much against type: She stars as Laney, a wife […]

What I learnt when I tried to kill myself

It’s all too easy to glamourise suicide once it’s happened. To pack out a funeral ceremony, dripping platitudes, telling everyone you “wish you’d known”. But if the potential suicide victim “fails”?

What I learnt when I tried to kill myself What do you do when everyone knows what you did?

By Charlotte Dingle

A few […]

How Borderline Personality Disorder Put an End to My Party Days (#BPD)

The negative emotions I have are immobilizing. They crash over me like huge waves, knocking the wind out of me and forcing me underwater.

How Borderline Personality Disorder Put an End to My Party Days August 10, 2015 by Harriet Williamson

In the summer of 2010, just before I turned 19 and in my first […]