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Half Life

Having been flat mates for ten years, we had reached a point of comfort in our relationship. Leena was the rule-setter. We would each...

IN PICTURES: Indonesian Mental Health Association Investigation in Central Sulawesi.

This piece, written by Yeni Rosa Damayanti of the Indonesian Mental Health Association, explores the condition of people with psychosocial disability who...

Disability and Decolonial Studies Disrupt the Medical Model

This piece has been written by Zenobia Morrill and was first published on Mad in America on August 16, 2019 and can...

Male Suicide, Vulnerability & Grief: Book review of Anthology Eighty Four, a book of...

84 men in the UK take their own lives every week. These numbers are similar all over the world. For instance, according to...

Mental Healthcare for Young Women in Indian Family Settings

This is the second part in a four part series by Vatsala Joshi that examines Mental Healthcare for Young Women in India....

Learning a Different Way: An Interview with Maori Psychiatrist Diana Kopua

This piece has been written by Dr. Ayurdhi Dar, and was first published on Mad in America on July 18, 2019 and...

Sitting on the fence, playing to the gallery of psychiatry: Clinical psychology disrupted

         Psychology first lost its soul, then its mind, it still has behaviour of a sort. -Woodworth

New report published by the UN Special rapporteur on health says relationships and social...

On the 24th of June, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, Dr. Dainius Pūras, presented a report examining the...

An Interview With Stephen Gillatt, the author of Mad, Sad, Dysfunctional Dad

Jhilmil Breckenridge of Mad in Asia Pacific spoke with Stephen Gillatt about the issues of mental health and men and how society...

Mental Healthcare for Young Women in Indian Metros

Photo by José Martín Ramírez C on Unsplash It is 7 p.m. on a weekday evening, and long...