Mental Health

Megan Thee Stallion released a website filled with resources to assist with mental health. National Suicide Prevention Month is coming to a close this week, and the Houston Hottie is here to remind her fans that “bad b*itches have bad days too.” Check out the website inside. Megan Thee Stallion debuted her second studio album, […]

As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, we want to share some practical practices to improve mental health. 

YouTube announced Tabitha Brown’s preschool series, Tab Time, will return for a second season. Read more details inside.

DC-based online plant shop, Grounded, hosted their first Earth Week to celebrate the business' successful two year anniversary. We sat down with co-founders Danuelle Doswell and Mignon Hemsley to talk about their journey through entrepreneurship and how plants have transformed their mental health for the better.

In light of Mental Health Awareness Month, the timely feature length independent film The Rest Of Us explores mental health and suicide prevention within a U.S. university. The film is set in Ohio in the aftermath of 9/11 and focuses not on those who took their lives, but on the ones who were left behind to grieve. 

Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter SZA is teaming up with Crocs to bring awareness to mental health. Learn more about the shoe brand's first-ever collaboration and how they're celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month inside.

It is World Teen Mental Wellness Day, recognizing the importance of normalizing and dismantling stigmas around teen mental health issues. Read 10 self-care tips to stay sane through the madness inside.

The season 2 finale episode of Taraji P. Henson’s Facebook Watch show, Peace of Mind with Taraji, features singer Chloe Bailey and beauty influencer Okaysophi opening up about how online bullying has affected their mental health.

Celebrities are prioritizing their mental health and discussing the importance of taking care of the mind along the journey. Ariana Grande announced that she is giving away $1 million worth of therapy to her fans. 

Tennis champion Naomi Osaka announces she will not attend any press briefings during the upcoming Roland Garros tournament in Paris beginning May 30.  Osaka pinned a candid letter to her followers explaining why she's opted out of press in an effort to protect her mental health before her matches. 

With Mental Health Awareness month coming to a close, SZA sheds light on how anxious she feels when it comes to appearances like the Billboard Music Awards.