Mental health is nothing to play with. You can’t just decide you are a professional. Therapists go to school and train for years to be able to help their patients. But Redditor homer-dyssey encountered an issue with his brother’s amateur counseling gig. So he turned to the “Am I The A**hole” (AITA) subReddit for moral […] More

WARNING: the following article contains discussion of suicide/self-harm

You think you know someone.

Then they go off and die, leaving behind a web of lies, conspiracies, stories of innappropriate conduct, and a whole lot of debt to be settled.

Sometimes. If you're lucky..

Other times, like the stories below, can be much, much worse.

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Therapy is a must for everyone in life. We need to make it accessible worldwide.

Why is mental health not considered not as important as physical health?

Maybe if everyone could afford to be in weekly care, we'd have a person looking over us who can call out the signs when we're falling apart.

And then maybe we'd all be a little happier and a little safer.

Redditor Downtown_Put8673 wanted the mental health workers out there to please share with us signs to be looking for, they asked:

"Psychiatrists, what made you realize that the person was not doing well?"
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Dealing with unruly teens is just part of being a parent, but when a child befriends a fellow teen who is out of control, it can put a parent in a very difficult situation. A person on Reddit found themself in this conflict because of their teen daughter’s toxic friendship with a volatile classmate. They […] More
There are certain boundaries we never want to cross with our friends. That might include not dating them or asking them for money or any other activity that would make us uncomfortable or force us to view them differently. But even if one of those boundaries were to be crossed, that doesn’t necessarily mean we […] More