Ontario’s Total Disregard for those with Mental Illnesses Exposed Again

[ad_1] By Marvin Ross In December, I wrote a blog entitled Ontario’s Shameful Barbaric Practices for some with Schizophrenia. The blog dealt with the death of a young man called Soleiman Faqiri. He had a promising future ahead of him when he enrolled in an engineering program at the University of Waterloo in 2005. He […]

Past, Present and Future: Celebrating Black Canadians Making Waves

[ad_1] This month we celebrate the incredible history of Black Canadians who uplifted our society by standing for mental health. mindyourmind was inspired by Pioneers of Black Mental Health #BHMMAC2023, created by the McMaster University Counselling team, that shines a light on the foundational work of so many Black pioneers who have impacted the stigma […]

Past, Present and Future: Celebrating Black Canadians Making Waves

[ad_1] This month we celebrate the incredible history of Black Canadians who uplifted our society by standing for mental health. mindyourmind was inspired by Pioneers of Black Mental Health #BHMMAC2023, created by the McMaster University Counselling team, that shines a light on the foundational work of so many Black pioneers who have impacted the stigma […]

Guest Blog – When Supportive Housing Becomes a Nightmare for Vulnerable Tenants

[ad_1] By: Karen Allin In October 2023, Indwell purchased a vacant lot in Mississauga where they plan to build 50 supportive affordable housing apartments. In December, a community meeting was held at Clarkson Community Church, with over 500 people in attendance and watching online. Indwell is a Christian charity that has been providing affordable supportive […]

What Your Loved Ones Want You to Know About How to Support in a Difficult Time

[ad_1] Recently, one of my best friends experienced a health crisis, and we weren’t sure if they would make it out. The experience was scary and shocking and still feels really big into the ongoing recovery. In the midst of this experience, I had incredible people who showed up in my life to support me, […]

Dealing with Family Trauma – The Trauma & Mental Health Report

[ad_1] Jemma Sbeg is a psychology graduate from Australia who independently founded the podcast, The Psychology of your 20’s. She began the show in hopes to help females navigate challenging experiences typically endured during the 20’s.  The first episode of the podcast was released in 2021 and since then has become one of the most […]

People are Noticing – the Mentally Ill are Discriminated Against – BUT….

[ad_1] By Marvin Ross with an addendum by Dr David Laing Dawson And that is a really big but. Some are upset that the Canadian government has postponed allowing mental illness to be used for medically assisted suicide. It should have been cancelled outright but a pause for now is better than moving ahead with […]

Feel Good Friday: Cute Animal Videos

[ad_1] Whenever I’m feeling overwhelmed or stressed, I love watching cute animal videos. There’s something magical about how peaceful and heartwarming animals can be and they never fail to put a […] The post Feel Good Friday: Cute Animal Videos appeared first on . [ad_2] Source link

Feel Good Friday: Cute Animal Videos

[ad_1] Whenever I’m feeling overwhelmed or stressed, I love watching cute animal videos. There’s something magical about how peaceful and heartwarming animals can be and they never fail to put a smile on my face. Recently, I stumbled upon some amazing videos on Instagram, and I want to share my top five favourites with you […]