Today I spent the day at mindyourmind. I'm in Grade 9 and this was my placement for today. It was fun! My first job was to look through the website and I checked out the games. They are different but all very fun!
As a kid growing up in a small and tight knit family, I thought I had it all. I was a happy go lucky kid, always exploring and trying new things. School was always fun and I was known as the 'happy kid' all throughout primary school. I was not expecting the transition between primary and middle school to be so difficult.
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.
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.
The world is at my feet right now.
I've been a good student ever since I first started going to school. My grades aren't the best, but I managed to get an 84% average in grade 9 and I've always been very focused on my schooling.
Every year in early May, in Canada, two important mental health weeks are observed:
Our latest version of Reach Out, aimed specifically at high school aged youth. Get factual about mental health. You can also purchase a multi-playe
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