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Addressing mental illness in the workplace Despite continued awareness campaigns, mental illness still remains a taboo subject in the workplace. Mental illness remains one of the hardest subjects for employers and employees to tackle effectively. Unl...

Mental illness is perceived by too many people to be the fault of those who suffer from it. This stigma has led people to not disclose that they are need in help, let alone seek it when needed. New research has revealed that mental illness is incredi...

Ketamine is a short-acting dissociative anesthetic commonly used on animals and sometimes people. Of course it's also beloved by many psychonauts for its unusual dreamlike or "out of body" psychedelic effects. While Ketamine has been shown for years...

The world has turned upside down. Thankfully, I am still sober. I know what I must do to maintain. Perfection is but an illusion. Imperfection is the truth. The answer is within as long as one can be quiet enough to hear it. This week has not been ea...

Twice in my life I tried seeking help when I was feeling suicidal: once from an in-person counselor, and once from a phone based hotline. Both services failed to provide the support I needed, and I left the experience feeling just as bad, if not wors...

Today on Nowriggling I am thrilled to have a guest post by Vivienne Tuffnell. Viv has written for me before, not least as part of Dandelions & Bad Hair Days (I have to thank her for that title) and more … Continue reading →...

Spoiler alert: This review contains detailed information about the plot of To the Bone.  To the Bone, a Netflix film about one woman's life-threatening experience with anorexia, begins at an unnecessarily awkward moment.  SEE ALSO: Nelsan E...