It was a week before Mother’s Day and I decided to make a scrapbook for my mom for mother’s day and I had gone through so many old boxes of pictures, it was ridiculous.
It has been many years ago now since I first heard this term. When I first heard someone mention it I laughed at the thought that they could possibly be referring to me. My life was full of stress and anxiety was my adrenaline most days.
When I was a teen I was very stressed. Everything in life seemed overwhelming to me and although I made good grades and went to school every day that was about all the energy I had.
One of the best changes I’ve made to help me be happier is learning to see judging other people as a red flag.
Patrick Dion, Vice-Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, was at Western University on March 5th, to present the talk: “My Journey to Understanding Mental Health.” Through this talk Dion discussed an issue close to
Something I’ve noticed in the world is a disdain towards the idea of “online friends.” Before I get started on this, I feel the need to list all the countries I have interacted with, all of which I maintain close friendships with
Britta B. is a Toronto Youth Poet that I have had the pleasure to meet once or twice at slams. She speaks with a lot of courage and shares a little piece of her story in a powerful way in this piece.