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COMMENT: I worry we are not giving people the best advice for how to treat depression.
COMMENT: Deliberately choosing absurdly tiny goals helps a lot.
COMMENT: Kavanaugh revealed how brittle these pillars of our establishment are.
COMMENT: It has been powerful to see the reaction to Greg's death.
COMMENT: We can't uncover our deeper emotions if we argue like sulky teenagers.
COMMENT: Children need to live free range in their early years.
COMMENT: It's hard to know how to avoid hating the ultra-rich.
COMMENT: It pays to choose your five chimps carefully.
COMMENT: Let's stop the hero-worship of young entrepreneurs, writes Deborah Hill Cone.
COMMENT: Praising people for outing their mental illness shows stigma is alive and well.
COMMENT: As far as I can see, schools are factories for shame, writes Deborah Hill Cone.
COMMENT: Everyone should be able to get therapy because I know that it works.
COMMENT: If we totally avoid edginess, for fear of hurting anyone, we also avoid growth.
COMMENT: There's something about our First Bloke that keeps nagging me.
COMMENT: Why do the arts always lose out in our sports-obsessed country?
COMMENT: How many stars need to be shown to be flawed before we take them from pedestals.
COMMENT: Will anything really change at law firms like Russell McVeagh?
COMMENT: I'm learning gentle art of listening - or I would if I could ever stop talking.
COMMENT: Some experts argue victimhood is being encouraged among the young.
COMMENT: When is the #metoo revolution coming for mental illness?
COMMENT: It seems there is no love lost between new and old feminism.
COMMENT: They're over-large, under-regulated and of zero conscience.
COMMENT: Trump compounds issues when he doubles down.
COMMENT: We can react like a possum, freezing and playing dead so predator loses interest.
COMMENT: I used to idolise her but now I almost feel sorry for her.
Comment: Since the Weinstein scandal there has been a lot written saying men are sleazy.
COMMENT: It's not weak to care or to acknowledge you need other people.
COMMENT: In the wake of scandal many women have felt able to share their stories.
COMMENT: Consultant's view on mental health system rings true.