It might seem like a lifetime ago where a simple errand was…simple. Going to the grocery store or heading to the mall was a quick decision for and involved little thought or deliberation. But for the third year now, Canadians
So it’s not what you were expecting… For many young adults, entering college or university is the exciting next chapter of life that is anticipated for months, if not years, leading up to it. While learning on campus is a focus
This blog was written by Tara McRae and reflects her point of view on Buddhism and its connection to CBT. In my personal life, I have been drawn to Buddhist teachings. I read many authors such as Thich Nhat Hanh, Pema
The start of a New Year ushers in the promise of changed habits, new beginnings, and firm resolutions. Many people set resolutions and goals for January 1st, only to find their motivation waxing and waning in the first few weeks.
What is chronic pain? Chronic pain is a condition in which those suffering feel unrelenting pain for a period of three months or longer. According to Statistics Canada, an estimated 6 million Canadians, or about 19% of the population live with
Introduction The holidays for some people are a cheerful time of family gatherings, way too much food and traditional festivities. It is also one of the most stressful times of year for those exact same reasons. Social pressures and expectations for
Introduction Bullying is something that barely needs a definition anymore due to its unfortunate presence in the lives of many and even most people. If you have not experienced the wrath of a bully firsthand, you likely know someone who has.
The Grieving process Introduction Before we can normalize death, we need to understand death and the grieving process by having the end-of-life discussion. As living beings, death is a perfectly normal part of our life cycle. It comes sometime after birth