From The New York Times: Facebook, critics said, has assumed the authority of a public health agency while protecting its process as if it were a corporate secret.
From NPR: The Nazis wanted children who were tough, unemotional and unempathetic, and they understood that withholding affection would support that goal.
From NPR: "If these conversations are happening on the TV and at the dinner table... these kids will take this perspective and they're going to play out in the schools."
From Lown Institute: "It’s hard to ignore the epidemic of corruption and greed in health care when you see these stories all together."
From MinnPost: "We can really take the time to listen to somebody; hear what they’re going through; help them feel a little bit understood… it can make a big difference."
From STAT: On January 1, it became official: A change took effect that will cost the industry nearly $12 billion over the next 10 years.
From Ultra Kulture: For centuries we’ve largely ignored the wisdom of those among us who are still directly connected to ancestral ways of knowledge.
From HUMANE Clinic, Adelaide, Australia: A new project by the HUMANE Clinic provides an alternative to the challenging and often unfounded perceptions of what our society calls "psychosis."
From The Wall Street Journal: Psychiatric hospitals kept their accreditation after patients said they were raped or assaulted; died by suicide; slept on chairs due to crowding; and more.
From NBC News: "Mental health has become a crisis among America’s youth, and experts say the unique challenges and needs of young men are not...
From Everything Matters: Beyond Meds: This facility was in violation of all Georgia State and Federal Statutes protecting patients under the Disability Act. There are patients being violently abused there right now.
From The Daily Beast: Flood, who was driving the vehicle, will also be charged with two counts of reckless homicide for allegedly taking what he knew to be a dangerous route.
From Yahoo Lifestyle: Many are taking matters into their own hands through a collective effort that represents a burgeoning international movement.
From The Sacramento Bee: The California DOE found "sufficient evidence" in a preliminary inspection that the school violated multiple state rules regarding restraints.
From MilitaryTimes.com: Of $6.2 million set aside for suicide prevention media outreach in fiscal 2018, only $57,000 — less than 1 percent — was actually used.
From Okayplayer: Twenty-four years ago, The Notorious B.I.G. laid the blueprint for rappers on how to rap about the trauma they’ve experienced.
From YES! Magazine: Forcing yourself to go out and smile doesn’t actually help you feel more connected. But there are better ways to find connection.
From YES! Magazine: Here is my top-five list of people who took empathy to the extreme, showing how it can transform the social and political landscape.
From YES! Magazine: Perhaps with fewer opportunities for people to be in community, many shared cultural rituals are falling away and with them a grounding source for connection and mental health.
From CNN: In general, when presented with a puzzling disease, physicians too often leap to a diagnosis of a psychiatric problem.
From New England Public Radio: A growing number of communities around the country are using the trauma-informed template to preach empathy, awareness, and patience in a variety of contexts.
From ProPublica Illinois: NIMH concluded that Pavuluri tested lithium on kids younger than 13, failed to alert parents of risks and didn’t ensure female subjects had pregnancy tests.
From O, The Oprah Magazine: "To realize that somebody else has known that dark place is the only thing that made me feel less alone."
From Fox News: "The government has a duty to respond to the overdose crisis, but to do so in a way that [harms] people [with] a legitimate medical issue is a human rights issue."
From The New York Times: Guardianship was where the breakdowns of modern life tumbled together in a system that appeared to bring out the worst in people.