What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger right? In this post, we explore resilience: why we need it, and how to build it.
In the first post of our ‘Small Joys’ series, we explore the mental health benefits of connecting with nature. Taking care of house plants and going on nature walks are definitely a part of it!
After the Beirut disaster, many living abroad with roots in Lebanon experienced complicated feelings of guilt. In this post we explore the second-generation experience and survivor’s guilt in the wake of a tragedy.
This post discusses an important topic that is rarely discussed- how mental health providers are coping with the changes and chaos over the past few months. Be sure to read till the end for some comic relief!
Many of us have had a challenging time managing our negative thoughts as we work to find a new normal in the COVID19 era. Psychotherapist Sana Imran shares some insightful tips to help balance negative thoughts as we approach the post COVID19 era.
As we get closer to slowly resuming what we used to know as our normal way of life, here’s 5 things that we’ve learned about ourselves during the pandemic.
An echo pandemic is a new term that describes the possibility of widespread mental health issues that resemble COVID-19 in scale. Here is what we can do to protect ourselves.
Temporal distancing allows us to live through our current circumstances more mindfully. We discuss how it may lessen our current distress around COVID-19.
Did you know that 54% of Canadians are reporting to be feeling lonely while social distancing? We discuss 4 types of support to help us feel more connected.