Did you ever think we’d hear names like “Twilight Sparkle” and “Fluttershy” referenced in the New York Times? It’s the ultimate mix of high-brow and low-brow when the esteemed newspaper ran a correction after misidentifying two of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic characters. More
Topic: Mental Health
Amber Portwood reveals that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder three years ago, and dissociative disorder after her rehab stint this summer. The symptoms for dissociative are especially fitting for a reality TV star, and this might start to explain her abusive relationship with ex Gary Shirley. More
I know that other bloggers have been crying foul at the Naomi/Max hookup because it seems unrealistic that shallow Naomi would go for a nerd. But honestly, I’m so excited to see this couple progress; they’re one of the few pairings on TV that I’m really rooting for at the moment. (It helps that Josh Zuckerman is adorable.) That’s why it was so great to see them strolling down the halls of West Bev wearing the clothing of each other’s clique. More
As if you needed more proof that college kids are depressed these days, an annual study called “The American Freshman” has found that kids entering college this year are even more mentally unhealthy than usual. However, due to fears of the economy and stress that they’ll never be as successful as their parents, these kids are more ambitious. Great. Just what we need right now in the world – more Tracy Flicks. More
As much as I love self-help advice for the love-sick, I’m getting bored of reading all these lists on “how to get over him.” Most of the tips come from a good place, but impossible to carry through. Like “take up a hobby to get your mind off your ex.” That’s basically like saying “Stop thinking about a white polar bear,” except the polar bear in this scenario is that bastard who broke your heart by announcing you guys were through via Facebook. More
In high school, I was voted most dramatic in the senior class — and it wasn’t because of any acting aspirations. I was the type of girl who’d announce that she was having a nervous breakdown in gym class, would freak out over a physics test, and wouldn’t think anything of crying if I was upset. Unfortunately, in the workplace, a breakdown is not as simply solved as being excused to take a nap during the nurse’s office. And one time, after a cryfest at my cube turned into my boss asking me if I needed to “take time off” to “deal with my emotions” (like, in a mental-health facility) I realized that sometimes, holding back can equal getting ahead. So, the tried-and-tested rules of breaking down—without your boss getting upset. More
THERE IS A GOD! Poor widdle Jon Gosselin: his media money train is finally coming to an end. A judge in Maryland presiding over the TLC breach of contract trial has officially ruled that yes, Jon DID violate his contract … More
Jenny McCarthy, ex-Playboy bunny who is mostly known for dating Jim Carrey, writing books about curing autism (!!!!!!!), and farting on her raunchy MTV reality show, talked to the Today Show about her highest weight (200 pounds when she was … More
I found this quote from Jennifer Aniston sad and somewhat pathetic; I’ve never liked her as an actress, but I am grudgingly beginning to like her as a person. Even when she spouts off with stuff like this: ‘I don’t … More
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In Denis Leary’s new book, he’s got an entire chapter devoted to slamming kids and parents dealing with autism. Listen to this: “There is a huge boom in autism right now because inattentive mothers and competitive dads want an explanation … More