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.
September #mymTips are about surviving and thriving during a move for school or work.
My name is Sierra, and I am in my third year of the Child and Youth Care program at Fanshawe College. I was first intrigued about the field when I met a Social Worker named Garth. I struggled a lot with mental health while in high school.
Hello everyone, my name is Jennifer and I am going to be working here at mindyourmind for the next few months as a Research Associate.
This is the first September in 16 years that doesn’t mean back to school for me. I just can’t quite shake the feeling that I should be throwing on a backpack, shopping for pencils and binders, checking my class schedule.
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.
Julie Andrews sung the lyrics, “Let’s start at the very beginning, it’s a very good place to start…” but, for the purposes of this abridged autobiography, it isn’t a good place to start. I’ll start 34 years into my life, then I’ll jump to now and then I’ll go back to 1966.
7 February 2001: