Three months after its initial outbreak, the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic.
Although mental health issues affect millions of Canadians each year, women are considered twice as likely to suffer from severe depression than men.
Most people spend over a third of their lives at work, interacting and engaging with colleagues and supervisors. That’s why feeling like you’re part of a positive and rewarding environment is integral to professional happiness and satisfaction.
Valentine’s Day conveniently falls between Christmas and March Break. For many people struggling through the cold winter, it’s a day to look forward to. Although the occasion might be a fun mid-season celebration for some, unfortunately, it can evoke feelings of exclusion and unworthiness for others.
Mental health awareness has grown significantly over the years, but particularly within the last decade. Part of that is due to the Bell Let’s Talk campaign, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Although the holidays are a time of good cheer, if you are struggling with addiction, it could mean greater vulnerability to experiencing a relapse. Whether you feel burdened with financial pressures, family obligations, or keeping up appearances, holiday stress can have very real consequences.