Paul Green (Mindfump) writes witty, thought-provoking and uplifting articles on mental health.
After reading many of these, including The Secret History of Depression, Mental Illness Has No Chance and When Depression Was Your Friend, I became interested in knowing more of Paul’s story and his perspectives.
This article will explore a range of psychological research investigating the factors that can contribute to one’s vulnerability and resilience to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after experiencing sexual trauma.
Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor. In ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’, he writes on how he survived through finding meaning in suffering. Here is a short excerpt from that book, where he speaks in the context of suffering loss.
A poem inspired by Dan McPharlin’s illustration
An exploration of contemporary studies that support and challenge this widely held question.
How does it feel to view Earth from space? Exploring the psychological phenomenon that led to an “explosion of awareness” and improved mental wellbeing in a number of astronauts.
Until recently, Daemon (who uses a pseudonym) remained a closeted bisexual.
On reading his article, ‘Coming Out’, I was curious to know how it felt for him to reveal his sexuality online, the experiences leading him to that point, and his thoughts surrounding sexuality and the LGBT community.
This interview is conducted as part of a series of articles aiming to enlighten LGBT stories.