Saturday December 29, 2018

Five on Friday 2018

Dear Readers,

Another year of musings on mental health. From the gut biome to the unintended consequences of focusing on resilience. From explorations of gun violence and suicide to the teenage brain, concussions, technology, and the mental health benefits of nature and laughter. From weddings to child’s play to turning ninety. From exploring ways that mental health matters to community to recognizing that community matters to mental health. Thank you for reading Five on Friday. Thank you for sharing your favorite posts with others. Thank you for writing to me with comments on what I have written and topics I might consider for another week.

Here is 2018 in review. Please click on the links to read posts you may have missed or to read once again posts you especially enjoyed.

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ruleWishing you a new year filled with light and love. Wishing all of us a new year filled with discoveries that increase our understanding of mental illness and mental health.

Kathleen M. Pike, PhD
is a Professor of Psychiatry and Epidemiology & Director of the Global Mental Health WHO Collaborating Centre at Columbia University
[email protected]