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WARNING: Suicidal Ideation. Why do I think of suicide when I see beautiful places? The salt of the ocean as I dive in the dark. Rocks tied...

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Poetry, Writing

Depression Debris

WARNING: Suicidal Ideation. Why do I think of suicide when I see beautiful places? The salt of the ocean as I dive in the dark. Rocks tied...

Blog, Writing

GUEST POST: “Stuck in the Mud” by John Conklin

The last few months haven’t been terribly hot for me. A combination of school stresses, social isolation, and a general lack of...

Blog, Writing

Purchasing Advocacy: Been There, Done That, Got The T-shirt

For better or for worse, it’s trendy for brands to take on social issues. Similar to my musings on Bell Canada’s #BellLetsTalk...

Media Responses, Writing

Maybe It Isn’t That We Didn’t Try, But That We’ve Tried for Too Long?

A Response to If My Body Could Speak by Blythe Baird I read If My Body Could Speak by Blythe Baird on a plane. I am drinking Diet Coke. I...

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Poetry, Writing

Depression Debris

WARNING: Suicidal Ideation. Why do I think of suicide when I see beautiful places? The...

Poetry, Writing

It takes one to know one

It takes one to hear the water running. To hear the muffled gags and feel your eyes water...

Poetry, Writing

I feel it

I know the best kind of worrying. I rub the callouses on his hands. She sprays lavender...

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Interviews, Writing

INTERVIEW: Teresa Wong, author of Dear Scarlet: the Story of my Postpartum Depression

My hope for this blog is to create an honest mental health space. A place where the gallows humor and cynicism that often accompany real...