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Coping with the after effects of a traumatic event

August 20, 2021
Life
Experiencing a traumatic event may trigger strong emotional reactions. While these feelings are normal, they can still be demanding and draining. Keep in mi...

Building Your Self-Care Action Plan

July 2, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
Self-care is a term we are all becoming more familiar with—but what is it, really? We may associate self-care with things like spa treatments or yoga. Whi...

Understanding and avoiding burnout

July 2, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
Burnout is commonly understood as a stress condition brought on by being involved in an intense situation for a long period of time without enough rest and...

Keeping anxiety in check in the face of uncertainty

April 22, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
Hardly a day goes by without alarming news about natural disasters, terrorism, political strife at home and abroad, economic threats and violence. If that w...

A healthy attitude: optimism, pessimism and your health

April 22, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
When you’ve suffered a loss, setback or disappointment, the last thing you might want to hear is “cheer up.” But the latest research suggests that’s...

Coping with Loneliness During 'Lockdowns'

April 22, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
The recent outbreak and rapid spread of COVID-19 has a lot of people self-isolating. While necessary to curb the spread of the disease, self-isolation can l...

Overcoming stigma around mental illness

April 22, 2021
Mental Wellbeing
According to the Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, by age 40, half of us have had or will have a mental illness. So why do less than half of...
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