The EHAB team has been hard at work on MBx—a prototype chatbot to help answer your mental health questions. It’s a pretty much a baby right now, but you can ask it some mental health questions and see what happens. Like any baby, it’ll learn from you (even if it just seems to drool a […]

Everything we do during the day is our practice and we experience the rewards of our practice. When we’re ruminating on what others think about us, we’re improving our ability to spend hours making ourselves miserable. When we’re engaging in checking compulsions, constantly trying to get rid of uncertainty, we’re becoming very skilled at chasing […]

If you want to take care of your mental health, not getting enough sleep is a terrible idea. Whether it’s a few nights of trying to get by on less sleep than usual, or you’re pulling an all-nighter, choosing to not get enough sleep is choosing to make your mental health worse and choosing to experience […]

But you can learn how to swim. When I say that mental illness is like drowning and building better mental health is like learning how to swim, I’m not suggesting that mental illnesses aren’t real biological experiences. Drowning is a very biological experience. If we took some guy that doesn’t know how to swim and […]