This is fantastic and necessary.
Facebook has begun to roll out an update to its servers with a tool that they hope will be a big suicide prevention aid.
The new tool will allow users to flag content that seems concerning to them and if the posts by a certain user seem like they may be thinking about harming themselves, Facebook will contact the concerned party with three options.
It will offer to allow them to contact the friend, contact another friend for help, or contact a suicide prevention hotline.
But this option will only happen after
Children's mental health should be every parent's number one priority.
As a mother herself, Kate Middleton totally understands how important it is for all kids to have a healthy childhood!
A healthy childhood means less of a chance for a youngster to grow up with mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
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The Duchess of Cambridge teamed up with Place2Be, a charity who's mission is to help make a difference in school for children, for this powerful PSA in honor of the UK's first Children's Mental Health Week.
There's some sort of stigma that comes with these mental health disorders and the Duchess is urging parents to put their fears away and simply ask for help.
Listen to her message (below):
This is one amazing dad.
Samuel Forrest recently experienced one of the greatest pleasures when he witnessed the birth of his son Leo in a hospital in Armenia.
However, the son was immediately diagnosed with Down Syndrome and it turned out that his wife and her family were NOT going to keep the child and instead were almost immediately going to place him in an orphanage. They made the decision while Samuel was waiting outside of the room to see his son for the first time.
But when Samuel finally held his son, he knew he couldn't do what his wife wanted. So she gave him an ultimatum.
Here's how Samuel explained it:
Yikes, it sounds like this guy should've thought twice about becoming Amanda Bynes' lawyer!
Apparently Artemio Santiago, the lawyer who the troubled star hired last October, is looking to be reimbursed for the thousands of dollars he shelled out for the actress.
The legal eagle has supposedly filed documents claiming he was Amanda's savior. He said when the 28-year-old was off of her meds four months ago, she hired him and he immediately got her back on track.
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Artemio says he also became her personal assistant during that time, fetching items at her beck and call.
We are incredibly inspired by Yolanda Foster's strength!
Earlier today, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star posted the photo (above) on Instagram of her in bed with an IV.
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Though the reality TV star looks visibly fatigued, she included the heartfelt caption:
Sadly, the reports regarding Bobbi Kristina's health aren't any more encouraging.
Whitney Houston's daughter was reportedly put into a medically induced coma, after she was found face down in a bathtub full of water on Saturday. She was put on a ventilator and was reportedly in stable condition.
Despite that though, there are sources connected with the family saying that the doctors are now telling them Bobbi Kristina has "significantly diminished" brain function, and tests show that it's alarmingly low.
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Doctors are telling the family that things don't look good, but to keep on praying.
As previously reported, the police found no evidence of drug or alcohol abuse in Bobbi Kristina's home.
We'll continue to send the family lots of prayers!
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This is so crazy!
A new study by Ohio State University Professor Jesse Fox found that men who post tons of selfies online tend to be a little more… psycho.
The study showed that men who took hella selfies also happened to exhibit higher levels of narcissism and psychopathy!
Obsessing over what filter to use didn't make things better. Those men were found to have even more intense narcissism and self-objectification.
The study itself consisted of men aged 18-40 filling out online surveys about their selfie habits. Then they filled out a questionnaire about anti-social behavior and objectification.
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After about 800 men participated, the study found that