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Panels with Mary - Mothers and their Mental Health

Mothers and their Mental Health | Panels with Mary Thomas

The two panellists were Lola Olorunfemi, a nurse and the owner of Diamond Beauty Medispa. The second panellist was psychologist Jyening Rose. Ms. Rose hosts the podcast, ‘Or so she thought’,  a safe and thoughtful space which discusses mental health in Black Canadians.

It turned out to be three women talking about life and aspirations for 2023.

Yoleen Naidoo writes a weekly column with | Empowering Teens

You were born to be happy | Yoleen Naidoo

Acknowledge that, accept that and be grateful to yourself then you will see how your confidence will start to rise. 

As a gift to you today and as a little help on your journey for strengthening your mind I have created a free app. to help you. 

The first thing you should do in the morning is to affirm your day.  The reason we affirm our day is to remind ourselves who we truly are.  At least repeat the affirmation minimum of 30 times each time 4 times a day.

Photo credit: Jacqueline Biollo

A Gentlemen’s Ride, by a Lady | Jacqueline Biollo, MBA, ICD.D

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is a global motorcycle event that raises funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health. Why? Because men are dying too young. Globally, men die on average 5-years earlier than women – and for reasons that are largely preventable. Through platforms such as this column, I am trying to make an impact, support ground-breaking research, tests, treatments and programs that will change the lives of men. This year, I’m opening the throttle and riding the momentum of innovative ways to encourage others to take action on their health.

Bassili, Monica

Sexy but Psycho – Exploring the Depths of “Mental Illness” | Monica Bassili

Trauma-informed refers to a focus on the social and environmental implications of an individual, instead of assuming a chronic chemical imbalance in the brain and prescribing medication. A trauma-informed approach primarily concerns a strengths-based, non-pathologizing, and non-victim-blaming approach based on the social model of mental wellbeing. In this way, the experiences of violence, trauma, and abuses perpetrated against women and sexual minorities are the catalysts of poor coping mechanisms and trauma responses.

For instance, a woman may self-harm due to repeated inflictions of sexual and physical violence. In such cases, there is no chronic chemical imbalance in the brain that suddenly appeared, instead, the experience is a trauma-response in which the woman feels calmer when self-inflicting abuses have already been inflicted on her previously. This is just one example of why an individual would self-harm. It is important to note that every individual will have a different answer, different reasons, and different sensations when self-harming.

Towards a model of wellness

Toward an Alberta model of Wellness

Budget 2022 also prioritizes increasing access to addiction and mental health supports for children and youth, seniors, and people with complex needs, as well as making it easier for Albertans who come into contact with the judicial system to access recovery-oriented support. Alberta’s government will also continue to address the increased need for mental health and wellness supports as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the rising number of opioid-related overdose fatalities

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