Think of Tess like ChatGPT, but, instead of curing your boredom, Tess is intended to support your mental health like a therapist would. With some studies showing a reduction in symptoms of depression and anxiety in its users, Tess is one of the many “robot therapists” being proposed as an adjunct to traditional therapy.
Whenever I hear someone say they hate writing, I can’t help but think about all the times I’ve found myself through it. Those nights where I’d pour my emotions into words and make peace with what I was feeling were liberating. I’ve found writing to be both my passion and my therapy.
Just this past summer on Aug. 19, Queens native Kim Jong Skillz released an album called Unsupervised, the culmination of a two-year songwriting and recording effort. It’s a hip-hop album with a roller coaster of emotions. He took some time out of his day to speak to The Press about the album, his life and the music industry today.
Hyne and others like him are proving what clinicians have suspected for decades: that psychotropic partying drugs, sometimes viewed as dangerous when abused, are actually quite effective in treating mental health conditions in a clinical setting under the care of health professionals.
CupcakKe, whose real name is Elizabeth Harris, has openly struggled with depression in the past, and was hospitalized earlier in the year after posting a suicidal tweet that prompted fans across the country to make phone calls to Chicago police to voice their concerns about the rapper.
If you’re alarmed at my access to the count of Dorothy’s bones, don’t be. Dorothy’s an adult female white-tailed deer, deceased for about a year, and I am the lucky fledgling bone collector (absorb that one for a second. I understand) who happened to encounter her first.
Imagine there are 50 radios on a table. Each radio overlaps the others, one louder than the next. This cacophony of noise is how Allilsa Fernandez describes her life with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, and psychosis.
Artwork by Tess Bergman To the two pre-med students on the bus: I’m sorry you had no form of entertainment today — no interesting patient story to share with your pre-med friends. I’m sorry that no one was crazy enough…
Shreeya decided to buy her own birthday cake. She went into a store in Queens and chose chocolatey “Black Forest,” invited all her friends over, and this time, unlike so many birthdays before, she ate cake and was happy. She…