On Twitter I met a struggling soul who shared with me a lack of friends, family, motivation, self-esteem and confidence.
We at mindyourmind didn’t miss a beat when it came to jumping on the Pokemon Go train.
Today, August 12th, marks the 16th annual International Youth Day (IYD).
When we go about our day, we tell ourselves a story about what’s happening … and at the center of that narrative is a single person.Ourselves.
I have been an ardent fan of Netflix’s Marco Polo since my introduction to it almost a year ago. I read Marco Polo stories as a kid and my movie diet when growing up consisted of two things: Chinese kung fu movies and Chinese kung fu movies.
How Pokemon GO has changed my life:
My husband and I have learned a lot about each other during our years together, but mostly about ourselves. We have learned that we can’t blame anyone else for how we feel about life and if we’re happy or not.
There is a famous stone water basin (or “tsukubai”) outside of the even more famous Ryoan-ji Temple in Kyoto, with four characters that read: “ware tada shiru taru.”
#ICYMT (In case you missed them), here are some of the top posts on mindyourmind.ca from the last few weeks:
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.
You might think that when someone says, “I’m coping,” that it’s not such a big deal.You’d be wrong.
Today, June 14th, is Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Unfortunately, I have not seen or heard enough awareness about this day.
We are, all of us, amazing at avoiding things.Our minds are less “thinking machines” than they are “avoiding machines.” And the incredible thing is that we aren’t even usually aware that we’re avoiding thinking about something.I’ll give you a few examples:
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 matters.