What I learned from attending the Bell Let’s Talk Hope Conference in January I haven’t written for a while in this space. Over the last number of months, I have taken some time to step back from writing because it became too much. I was attempting to write a new post every day, and my … More Mental Illness Doesn’t Have to Be An Illness!
Recovery. Some people define it as a period of reorganization after a major business loss. Other people think of recovery as what happens on Sunday morning after a few nights of just a little too much fun. Recovery means a lot to me. 12 months ago I was just a few months into my recovery … More Let’s Talk… Get Ready to Support Mental Health Initiatives Across Canada
For article on the lessons you can learn from depression and mental illness, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the … More Most Read Mental Health Post of 2016: Depression will make you a Better Human
Listening to depression has changed my life ___ For most of my life I have felt sad. I experienced a lot of joy growing up, but this was interspersed with periods of sadness and gloom. At the time I was not aware that there was a thing that we call depression. It was like a … More Depression Will Make You A Better Human Being
“The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.” Proverbs Mental Health is not just for the men, women are part of the game too. We men have a hard time talking about health, and mental health can be crazy to talk about… If you need … More Mental Health Stigma is really just Undiagnosed Verbal Illness
For as long as I can remember, I have experienced bouts of low mood and depression. The moods would come on like a slow moving cloud, rolling in and resting on top of me. I felt like I was wearing 20 layers of emotional clothing. My outlook was dark and my senses muffled. I felt little joy and … More Mental Health and my WMD: the Weapons of My Depression