Disorders and difficulties

How to feel less lonely as you get older | Psyche



How to feel less lonely as you get older

Work and family life are no longer so busy and life can suddenly seem empty. Here are some good ways to stay connected

by Carrie Ditzel

How to handle paranoid thoughts | Psyche

Fear and phobia


How to handle paranoid thoughts

Feel like you’re being watched, judged or talked about? These exercises will help you assess the situation and calm your mind

by Antonella Trotta

How to forgive yourself | Psyche

Shame and guilt


How to forgive yourself

Finding it hard to move past a hurtful mistake? With these steps toward repair and renewal, you can do and feel better

by Nathaniel Wade & Marilyn Cornish

How to get to know all (the parts) of you | Psyche

Emerging therapies


How to get to know all (the parts) of you

An emerging form of psychotherapy offers some surprising ways to think about who you are and work towards self-acceptance

by Derek Scott

How to spot an eating disorder | Psyche

Eating disorders


How to spot an eating disorder

Worried about someone’s behaviour around food? Eating disorders are serious and secretive: knowing the red flags will help

by Phillip Aouad & Sarah Maguire

How to deal with bullying from your past | Psyche

Violence and aggression


How to deal with bullying from your past

The effects of being bullied can linger for decades, but it’s never too late to heal and reclaim your place in the world

by Stacee Reicherzer

How to trust your body | Psyche

Mind-body interactions


How to trust your body

Your heart, lungs, abdomen and gut are trying to tell you something. Learning to tune in can significantly boost your health

by Saga Briggs

How to deal with regret | Psyche

Difficult emotions


How to deal with regret

In a world of choices, it’s impossible to avoid regret. Unpleasant as it is, you can make it bearable, even inspirational

by Jelena Kecmanovic

How to support a loved one through psychosis | Psyche

Psychosis and schizophrenia


How to support a loved one through psychosis

Navigating disruptions in shared reality can be distressing. The way forward isn’t intuitive but is powerfully effective

by Akansha Vaswani-Bye

How to cope with shame | Psyche

Shame and guilt


How to cope with shame

Do you feel perpetually bad, broken or unlovable? These tools will help you relate to yourself in a fairer, gentler way

by Michaela B Swee & Susan Murray