From the Publisher
They do everything they can to help each other, meeting others on the way; a strange boy called Garth with an unhealthy obsession with fire and the very source of all three of their problems: Two Men.
CHRISTINA DUGAN In 1980 actress Mackenzie Phillips joined her father, John Phillips (whom Mackenzie claimed she had an incestuous relationship with in her 2009 memoir High on Arrival), in rehab for an out-of-control cocaine habit that had gotten her
If you’re worried about an adolescent and aren’t sure what to do, heed the advice of Fadi Haddad, a psychiatrist and the co-author of Helping Kids in Crisis
A single dose of magic mushrooms can make people with severe anxiety and depression better for months, according to a landmark pair of new studies.
Some experts think mindfulness is the antidote to distraction, misbehaving—even poor math scores. Are they on to something?
Victims may be at risk of developing PTSD, but the experience may also spur growth.
Writer Ayelet Waldman experiments with microdosing and becomes “weirdly productive.”
SNOWFLAKES FALL AROUND ME AS I float above a river, weaving through an icy wonderland. I toss a fish to an otter, and it shivers with glee. Then, as I exit a cave full of colorful rocks, I flow into a bright spring landscape, complete with cherry blo
How do we dial down our freaked-out minds? Scott Halford, author of Activate Your Brain and the founder of the consultant group Complete Intelligence, explains.
THE STAR OPENS UP ABOUT HER BREAKDOWN, HER BIPOLAR DIAGNOSIS AND HOW SHE’S HEALING WITH A SUPPORTIVE HUSBAND AND A NEW SHOW
STAN BRODSKY, 71 Hillsboro, N.M.
It’s too soon to be sure, but the effect of the drug could be permanent.
“WHAT TRAIT DO KIDS REALLY NEED TO BE happy and successful?” Over the years, hundreds of parents have asked me that question. My answer surprises most: empathy. More than acing tests or earning fancy degrees, kids—and adults—who understand and apprec
TAMEEKA FORD, 43 Brooklyn, N.Y.
Greg Marischen opened his Brain Balance Achievement Center franchise after physical and occupational therapy changed his life.
TYPICALLY, CONSPIRACY PROCEDURALS pay a price when they migrate from plausible universes to really hard-to-follow ones. The hacker dystopia Mr. Robot was different. Almost as soon as it premiered in the summer of 2015, it became clear that the show w
MELISSA DAHL: The Fitbit was introduced at a tech conference eight years ago. It’s kind of incredible to realize that, before then, this idea of the “quantified self” didn’t really exist in the mainstream. JESSE SINGAL: I feel like it’s the intersec
Researchers say they can analyze words to tell which kids are most likely to become violent. Now what?
THE BIG REVELATION IN BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN’S NEW memoir, Born to Run, is that the Boss gets bummed out. Big time. Which may finally help fans understand the bleak menagerie of killers and black-sheep brothers who populate the 1982 album Nebraska. While
A new study finds there’s no evidence to support mandatory abortion counseling that warns women about the negative mental-health impacts of abortion.
CHRISTINE BYRD, 56, AND PEPPER SNIDER, 28 Kirkland, Wash.
Microsoft’s plan to bring people with autism into the workforce is a bold experiment in the power of neurodiversity.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?