Mental Health

10 Signs You're Not Happy

Snapping at your best friend and zoning out in front of the TV for hours might be more than a case of the Mondays. If you can't sleep and you're consumed by stress, you might be unhappy.

There are 1.4 million child caregivers in the United States -- but what kinds of caregiving responsibilities do these kids shoulder? Listen in to learn why child caregivers are at a higher risk of asocial behavior, anxiety and depression.

What is self-injury, where does the behavior come from, and how common is it? In this episode, Cristen and Caroline examine different forms of self-injury, intervention and treatment.

Can you die of a broken heart?

Someone who is suffering from emotional stress and pain is said to have a "broken heart," but only in a metaphorical sense. Sometimes, however, the damage can be physical. Find out how Broken Heart Syndrome works -- and if it's fatal -- in this episode.

Autistic spectrum disorders are typically associated with boys, a fact which may make it harder for girls with autism to be diagnosed properly. In this episode, Molly and Cristen define autism and discuss how it manifests differently in boys and girls.

Munchausen syndrome is a severe type of factitious disorder, and the victims of this affliction purposely exaggerate or cause health problems. Learn more about this syndrome -- and how some sufferers may injure their children -- in this podcast.

In this episode, Molly and Cristen define and discuss the differences between well-established eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia and disordered eating patterns that aren't yet classified as a specific eating disorder.