Alicia shares her story of dealing with depression, anxiety, attempting suicide and eventual recovery at the International Association for Youth Mental Health. She explains what it means to be a mental health superhero.
Group projects don’t have the best reputation out there (here’s to looking at you, high school).
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.
These tips are about suicide awareness and prevention in your school. Learn new skills, info and resources to reach out, get help and give help.
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Whenever mental health problems are portrayed or discussed in the wider media, they conform to tired and outdated old stereotypes: that those who have mental health problems will be unable to live fulfilling and enriching lives, or that they will
Shame and stigma are the number one reason why people with a mental illness don’t seek help, support or treatment. Dealing with stigma can be challenging. But you can make a difference! Here are some ways how.