A lot of us have tried various diets over the years, with little success. I remember trying about half a dozen different diets when I was trying to lose weight, and none of them stuck for more than a few weeks.Why is that? A few reasons:
We just wrapped up our 2nd meeting (my first!) and things are getting exciting! This week we finished our overview of healthy youth relationships. There was so much great information in Lisa’s presentation.
Our last reunion, and first encounter was quite uplifting. We learned to know each other with short presentations in form of a collage, except for me! I explained I always did things like no other so everyone kind of understood why I did that. But that isn’t the point.
Sixty days ago, I started something called the Whole30. No grains, no sugar, no alcohol, no dairy, no legumes for 30 days. 61 days ago, I was depressed, anxious, and still a mess, less of a mess than years ago but a mess nonetheless.
It hasn’t been more than thirty minutes since I last looked back, and waved goodbye. I finished my tour of anxiety through security, looked back to you, and waved. You immediately waved back. I could see the excitement in you that I had looked back to see you
Over the past two years, the CYCC Network has blended research with experiential knowledge on seven different topics, in order to figure out what works for organizations and individuals working with children and youth in challenging contexts.
You can now add @mindyoumind.ca to the many social media names we go by. I’m really excited to be a part of this project. We have so much to share with you at mindyourmind and Instagram is going to be a great new way to do this.
In the last few days, I've learned that tobogganing is being partially banned, following that, I learned about a group of parents, who broke down in tears because the proposed school in their community had been relocated across the river in a nearby community...
I’m a shy person by nature, not a natural extrovert and definitely not comfortable in large groups of people. So if you’re like me at all, then this guide is for you.I’ve had to learn to be more confident in social situations, and it hasn’t exactly been easy.
Sometimes life can feel so hectic! As to-do lists grow, and expectations pile up, our stress levels can feel unbearable. You may have mounting homework, difficulties at home, stresses over relationships, or overwhelming worries about the future.
Only anxious people understand what it’s like to feel the angst when anxiety attacks. Being told to “calm down” is annoying. Meeting people is not fun. A delay in someone accepting your Facebook friendship means they don’t like you.
A young man in recovery named Charlie came to my house earlier this year with his parents. His entry into addiction came as the result of a head-on car accident caused by an old man who was driving on the wrong side of Highway 17 near Santa Cruz on Jan. 1, 2010.