Though in many places the mandates are over, the devastating consequences of their presence are still felt among our youth, a generation that could be changed forever.
If you live near a major U.S. city, you don't have to go to a movie theater to see a horror show.
What if mental disorders like anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder aren't mental disorders at all? In a compelling new paper, biological anthropologists call on the scientific community to rethink mental illness.
One side effect of the pandemic and subsequent restrictions isn't physical or financial – it's mental. Last month, The Psychiatric Times published an article about the "mental health pandemic" that came along with COVID-19.
At some point, the economy is no longer controlled by individual citizens in the marketplace but by government "planners," who find they have only one of two alternatives: stop "stimulating" and permit a full-scale credit collapse, or continu
economic crisis -- What's ongoing worldwide suggests that a redefinition of global depression is in order.
Inspiration - Happiness - Optimism...
Ninety years later, I thought it would be prudent to look at three key insights from that historic crash, starting with:
Despite the fact that more money is being spent on suicide prevention efforts than ever before in our history, the suicide rate in the United States continues to rise dramatically.
It's imperative that readers get reacquainted with the politics and economics of that terrible episode in American history.