Kicking thought distortions

2020-07-29T15:04:34-06:00July 24th, 2020|Our View|

As the pandemic continues and we're are still trying to settle into 'the new normal', added fear, uncertainty, stress and anxiety are emotions many of us are still grappling with. Over 50 per cent of Canadians are finding it stressful to leave their homes for public spaces and 40 per cent anticipate the worst [...]

Let’s talk mental health

2018-06-09T11:22:53-06:00June 9th, 2018|Our View|

This week our newsfeed has been filled with anecdotes reflecting on the tragic death of designer Kate Spade and this morning we woke up to the news of Anthony Bourdain’s passing. Both individuals were beloved, celebrated and inspired millions of people around the world and both lost their lives to suicide. It seemed to be [...]

Burnout, Superwoman and being ‘Too Busy’

2018-05-07T12:12:19-06:00May 5th, 2017|Our View|

‘No’ is a complete sentence and we need to get more comfortable saying ‘no’. We have the right, and quite frankly, the responsibility to say ‘no’ when don’t feel like doing something, when we don’t have the energy, the desire, when we are uncomfortable or simply when we’re exhausted. It seems like we have [...]