The impact of people's words are so incredibly underestimated; whether those words are thoughtful and kind, or insensitive and hurtful.
Last week I came across a blog on The Mighty titled “When It’s Not the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” and it immediately resonated with me.
Well, it’s that time of year again... “Movember”! In honour of this, we want to bring some attention to an awesome initiative right here in Canada that was co-created between the Movember Foundation and The University of British Columbia.
There is so much to be done in the world of suicide prevention, and while we may be making some small steps in starting more conversations, creating more awareness, dismantling more stigma, there are so many underlying beliefs and attitudes that n
Today, August 12th, marks the 16th annual International Youth Day (IYD).
This day, June 28, is often what is said to have been the catalyst for what we know today as LGBTQ Pride Movements, and is also why pride festivals and events tend to take place during June and July.
Today, June 14th, is Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Unfortunately, I have not seen or heard enough awareness about this day.
Today is a pretty significant day in the world of eating disorder awareness - professionally, politically and publicly.
Thanks to funding from Libro Credit Union, mindyourmind has partnered with the Credit Counselling Program of Family Services Thames Valley to help them develop a web app that aims to assist young adults in better understanding financial