For those of us paying attention, to world issues and local issues, it feels like a good time to panic. For those who have spent significant amounts of time and energy working to prevent some of these things, daily media updates are disheartening at best, devastating at worst.
How to Reduce Suicides – A Guide for Everyone
Suicide impacts all of us and speaks about who we are as a society. We can all work towards healing our society.
What do You Really Need? – A 6 Step Complete Self-Care Assessment Guide
When you feel the need to withdraw, when you feel pain, restlessness, irritation, sadness or discomfort consider what it is that you actually need to care for.
Grief Without Death
When something changes in life, even when it’s a good thing, there is something lost. That loss might be, what was, or what could have been.
Men & Trauma- Anger, Anxiety, Addiction & Depression
While PTSD is becoming more recognized and treated, within the military, men experience trauma in a variety of other contexts.
Mental Illness & Diagnosis – Saving Normal
Our society has become increasingly perfectionistic, with less and less tolerance for anything considered less than perfect or ‘outside of the narrowing range of normal.’
Addiction, Your Best Frenemy?
But if we start with the assumption that humans are rational creatures whose primary concern is their own survival, then we need to assume that people made decisions regarding their behaviors and substance use for a reason. Sometimes, for a very good reason.
Mental Illness – A Relationship Story
Counselling can also help you to build a healthier relationships with anxiety and depression or sadness, as each may be useful at various points in your life, and each may be destructive at other times.
Gratefulness – No, Thank YOU!
How would our use of land and resources change if we saw them as valuable parts of our world, deserving respect and honour and gratefulness for what they give us?
Lonely? Let’s Move Closer
We’ve designed our lives to be isolated. We run around like crazy, just trying to make ends meet. It’s time to re-think our living situations