Fear is a powerful force.
There are rational fears. There are irrational fears. There is biology and there is psychology.
Fear leaves us awake at night. Fear makes us run. Fear can consume us.
This week on Feel Good Friday we have a young kid who knows when the good part of a song is coming up.
Lonesome fear has plagued my life.
My days of youth, spent in strife.
My faith since abandoned, with prayers unheard,
For God to allow such pain it’s absurd:
“Horror of horrors, a life spent alone,”
“That future assured, my past has shown.”
“O take me heaven, I’d much rather sleep.”
“O holy razor, my blessed release.”
“Help me! Rid me this cursed isolation,”
“Wrought by weary nerves, my eternal damnation.”
“Bleed me this pain, I offer my hand.”
“Rescue me Mother, help me understand.”
This week on Feel Good Friday we have some people who are very happy to be exercising.
Imagine you are standing in front of thousands of people in Toronto’s Air Canada Centre. The packed ACC eagerly await your speech!
Your topic: mental health! What would you say?
The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario is currently recruiting youth applicants to join a Youth Advisory Committee. This committee is being formed with the goal of gaining a youth perspective while we orient our Level 1 Peer Support and W
It’s been a few years since I graduated from Uni, but it is far from a distant memory and the feeling of complete chaos is still very fresh from those totally irresponsible, ‘glory’ years of frantic cramming.
You may remember a few years ago those “Keep Calm And Carry On” posters were everywhere, people had it on tshirts, coffee mugs, parodies sprung up quickly and it seemed everyone had at least one thing with it on.