Coming to terms with randomness is frightening, but it does liberate us from the tendency to blame ourselves for illnesses we didn’t cause.
Tips & information from experts at Sunnybrook’s Department of Psychiatry.
Watch a talk by Dr. Lance Hawley, a Sunnybrook psychologist.
“For some of our most important beliefs we have no evidence at all, except that people we love and trust hold these beliefs. Considering how little...
For many people, September marks a return to either school or work, and exceedingly hectic schedules.
Remember that delusions are part of the illness. Don't take the accusations personally or blame yourself for this behaviour.
Sense of purpose isn't an abstract concept — it's a biological function entirely dependent on the physical brain.
When it comes to mental disorders, it's not a black or white question of "do you have a disorder or do you not?"
Feelings of sadness and grief can resurface years after a loved one's death.
With the recent news about an ex-nurse admitting to killing eight seniors in long-term care facilities, are nursing homes safe places?
Question: My husband with Alzheimer’s Disease sits in a chair all day and stares out the window. Is he depressed? Answer: Possibly, but more likely...