As a kid, Allie Brosh loved dogs. LOVED them. She loved them so much that as a ten-year-old writing a letter to her future self, dogs were her main concern:
I just returned home from a whirlwind trip into Toronto to attend the Centre of Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH)'s knowledge exchange event on
What is depression? This animated video describes it by using a dog to represent the mental illness and what helps. Check it out...
Since writing my Good Things Jar post with my video tutorial, I’ve been thinking about art and its connection to this blog.
After a long break, I am happy to announce that mindyourmind and Mobilizing Minds will be hosting a new #YAMH chat on Bell Let's Talk Day (#BellLetsTalk) - January 28th at 1pm!
It’s been months since I lost someone I still dearly love and lost my mind. But it was also when my previous essay, ‘Don’t give up on someone who’s bipolar’ was r
A prominent Canadian school, Western University, published a comic in last Friday’s Western Gazette that was upsetting to students and community members alike.
I remember one evening, when my life was pretty different and I was overweight and deeply in debt and a smoker and had such a hard time changing things … I wasn’t feeling too good about