mindyourmind and the Canadian Red Cross teamed up to work with a group of amazing youth to create social media awareness tools for the Healthy Youth Relationships
Election time is upon us here in Canada. It’s been a difficult few years with financial turmoil, senate scandals, and great environmental debates.So of course we’re talking about ISIS, terrorism, and threats to Canadian security.
A simple symbol with such a powerful message has been popping up across the globe. It has been trending on every social media platform in cyber space and covered by news hubs like the NY Times, Globe & Mail, CNN, BBC, etc.
With every production, we endeavor to donate a portion of our proceeds to a Canadian organization directly affected by its major themes. For Blue/Orange, we will be donating to Head & Hands and mindyourmind.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) wants to understand how people find information on mental health, addictions, and gambling services.
When I need a moment to speak with a friend about sensitive matters, the most common response I receive is an: "Aww.. don't worry" or "You will get over it." Those answers might suffice for some, but in my case, both answers annoy me.
Our parent organization, Family Service Thames Valley is celebrating 75 years!Please join us on... Wednesday, November 4, 20157:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.Western Fair District, Carousel RoomMorning Includes:
At a young age, you are taught to adhere to gender roles. Apparently, the sex you were given at birth determines many factors in your life. These factors include how you dress, behave, and express yourself.
Whenever mental health problems are portrayed or discussed in the wider media, they conform to tired and outdated old stereotypes: that those who have mental health problems will be unable to live fulfilling and enriching lives, or that they will continue to attempt to overcom
HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPSWhat is a healthy relationship? A healthy relationship is based on trust and respect.It’s when…
Let’s hypothesize that there’s a substance that’s been irritating you and causing problems in all areas of your life: it causes you to be unhappy, to be stressed, to procrastinate, to be distracted, to be angry with people, to be dissatisfied with your life, to be overweight a
There are a ton of people who read self-improvement blogs and books, but never put them into action.They engage in what’s sometimes called “self-improvement porn”.
The world is at my feet right now.
Resilience is someone’s ability to become happy, healthy and strong again after enduring difficult circumstances such as trauma, abuse, war, or poverty, to name a few examples. Dr. Michael Ungar (2008, 2011), resiliency expert, describes resilience in the following way:
This morning my son Seth woke up, gave me my morning hug, and then I told him that he and I are gods.We’re the Gods of This Day, and we have the power to make today one of the most amazing days ever.