Its Mental Health Awareness Month

I just wanted to say to everyone who struggled the past year but still did everything they could, especially on your hard days. You guys are warriors, and the fact you’re still trying and pushing through in a global pandemic that’s an enormous victory. So be proud and loud and aspire to inspire because even... Continue Reading →

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Self-Care, Compassion and Adult ADHD – TotallyADD

My inner critic at times gets very loud and overwhelming. Sound familiar? This makes any form of self-compassion or self-care seem impossible, especially when it relates to things I find challenging, or certain things related to my past experiences, and my Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder diagnosis. — Read on

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Home | HelpSeeker

The services you need only a click away The HelpSeeker app gives you access to 240k+ community, health, and social services and enables you to provide — Read on If you're in Canada and you're struggling to locate essential services here's an amazing free app designed to do just that regarding ones mental health... Continue Reading →

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Getting Help for ADHD When You Have No Money – TotallyADD

Getting support for ones mental health isn't east especially when you have no idea where to get that support for this reason I dedicated my latest article to that issue. Getting support when you don't know where to start especially when you don't have much money. It is possible to get help for ADHD for... Continue Reading →

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How Childhood Trauma Leads to Addiction – Gabor Maté – YouTube

Gabor Maté CM (born January 6, 1944) is a Hungarian-born Canadian physician. He has a background in family practice and a special interest in childhood devel... — Read on As a person who experienced adverse childhood experiences I can tell you they play a big part in how we define our self-worth and so... Continue Reading →

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How To Find Strength In Your Most Vulnerable Moments | Thought Catalog

Being vulnerable isn't weak or other negative things it's courageous as fu@k to acknowledge your tough thoughts and feelings and it doesn't make you a snowflake it makes you a warrior. Being open about your mental health challenges is a vital part of the recovery journey.

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Tips For Creating Healthy Boundaries

Creating boundaries isn’t easy; a big reason for this is because when creating boundaries, we’re made to feel like we’re the bad guys. But in reality, creating boundaries is incredibly important for developing a healthy relationship with ourselves. Here are a few examples of how Boundaries helps us They help us focus on what’s important […]

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Bell Let’s Talk

Bell Let’s Talk is a wide-reaching, multi-year program designed to break the silence around mental illness and support mental health all across Canada. — Read on Bell Let's Talk is an incredibly powerful campaign that kicks stigma where it should be kicked, in the ass! It's super simple better now and January 30th every... Continue Reading →

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