In August, Logic, a rapper who writes about topics which surround mental health, released a song titled “1-800-273-8255”, which is the American Suicide Prevention line.
I don't own a shopping cart.
I am not homeless.
I am not violent or unstable.
I don't smell bad.
I didn't drop out of school.
I was not abused or molested.
I don't carry a sign that says the end is near.
I don't ahve a 'look'.
I don't yell at strangers.
I don't wear dirty clothes.
I am not an alcoholic.
I don't feel shame.
I don't want your pity.
I did not ask for this nor do I deserve it.
This Sunday is world suicide prevention day. Unfortunately, 1 in 5 Canadians suffer from a mental illness and suicide is the second leading cause of death among Canadian youth (10-24).
mindyourmind interviewed Kayley and Kyle, cofounders of wear your label (WYL), a mental health stigma busting fashion company from Fredericton, New Brunswick back in 2015.
Today, it is commonly known that 1 in 5 Canadians will struggle with a mental illness in their lives. However, this fact hasn’t always been known.
Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 12 p.m. at Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto
As someone who grew up in the 2000’s, the music of Britney Spears may not be my tune of choice but it has been a constant presence in my life.
Starting on February 4th, Jonathan Toews, a man from St. Catharines, Ontario will be hiking to Defeat Depression!
The prioritization of physical health versus mental health is an issue of contention in today’s society.
Brent Seal is the founder and CEO of Mavrixx. Mavrixx is a mental health focused social enterprise dedicated to helping young people build great minds on their own terms.
In this video, Mavrixx Founder and Head Trainer Brent Seal shares his story of going from a suicide attempt and being diagnosed with schizophrenia to summiting some of the world's tallest mountains.