This week I had the privilege of attending the Canadian Mental Health Association’s #b4stage4 conference in Victoria BC.
It can seem like our lives are filled with busyness, noise, distractions, and often meaningless activities.
What if we could filter out all that noise, and focus on the meaningful?
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.
Anxiety is really scary, and really indistinct. It seems like this big, vague thing with no clear cause, beginning, or solution.
As we dive into the holiday season, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, rushed, even irritated by family members and others around us.
I’d like to encourage you to try a mindfulness practice.
Here’s the practice:
Exciting news: our free Be Safe app is now available in Arabic, as well as English and French!
Warning: This post contains references to youth suicide
On Sunday, November 13, 2016, people around North America connected on Facebook to tell or show people how much they mattered.
A reader wrote to me that he is frustrated with himself — he hasn’t been as compassionate to people as he’d like recently.