They say the only constant in life is change; every day something in our lives change, whether we pay any attention to it or not, things still change. We may not want them to, or maybe we really want them to, but regardless, things still change.
I have been struggling with my “healthy practices” lately. There’s always an excuse to eat treats, be lazy, avoid that walk outdoors or lift those weights. So lately, I’ve been catching myself feeling overwhelmed, powerless, frustrated and worried.
Talking to a stranger can be very intimidating and overwhelming. There will be times when you are feeling alone, vulnerable and in crisis it can be difficult to physically speak to someone on the phone. Toronto Distress Centres has come out with a new
I can’t believe it’s already November - well Movember! This year the Movember campaign is focusing on Men’s Mental Health. Depression affects millions of men every year and this campaign is geared to highlight this topic.
It is a wonderful thing to have order to our lives, to simplify and have routines and systems that make things peaceful, organized, and calm.Unfortunately, life likes to throw chaos and disorganization our way.
Midterms, deadlines and holidays. Let’s face it the months of late October to December can be stressful! It is important to recognize that there are many different types of stress whether it be academic, work, or personal.
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