Monthly Archives: September 2013

Suicide in Canada






Ok, sad but true there are about 10 people every day who end their lives intentionally. The unfortunate truth about that miserable statistic is there are many more that do not show up on the “official statistics”, but none the … Continue reading

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Depression in Canada






Many of us are sad, down, or blue from time to time. It is normal because life does not always deliver what we want. In addition, our energy levels may move up and down through the day or through the … Continue reading

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Anxiety in Canada






We all get anxious from time to time and we may feel butterflies in our stomach or our breathing becomes rapid. The physical symptoms are most often short lived and we quickly return to a sense of well being. However, … Continue reading

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Mental Health in Canada






In this newsletter, I would like to address issues relating to the stigmatized and taboo subject of mental health. About one in three Canadians will have a mental health issue at some point in their life. It is important to … Continue reading

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