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Adding COVID-19 to our already complicated lives
We all have moments of anxiety in our lives, but some of us live with mental health issues constantly. So, how are we doing mentally during this crazy time, and more importantly, if we already deal with mental health issues, how are we managing now? Read more

The reality of mental health: an uncensored glimpse into our support services
Between the Bell Let’s Talk campaign and Suicide Prevention Month, the discourse about mental health and illnesses only surfaces twice a year. Read more

Dealing with graduation anxiety
Opinion: Graduating is a significant milestone you should be proud of, so take the time to breathe before worrying about your next steps. Read more

A little bit, every day, goes a long way
It's that time of year again, when people begin making up their resolution lists for the New Year. Read more

I must be dreaming: How I cope with dissociation
Imagine. You look in the mirror and you see yourself, you're looking into your eyes but at the same time, you’re just looking straight through. Read more

Get professional help for your mental health - even if you think you don't need it
After getting treated for my own issues tied to anxiety and depression through therapy, I can confirm getting help made a difference in returning to who I want to be. Read more

An overuse of social media can lead to mental health problems and a lower quality of life
While social media is a good way to connect with friends and feel part of a community, it does have several negative effects in terms of mental health and the overall quality of life. Read more

Fanshawe and CMHA partner for crisis support centre
For the month of October, Fanshawe students will be able to access the crisis support centre run by Fanshawe's Counselling and Accessibility services with the Canadian Medical Health Association (CMHA). Read more

Four coping mechanisms for anxiety
According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada, 12 per cent of Canadians experience anxiety each year and people age 15 to 24 are more likely to have a mental illness than any other age group. Read more

Common Mental Illnesses
The government of Canada reported that over 30 per cent of Canadians will experience mental illness during their lifetime, regardless of age, income, or culture. Read more

Celebrating World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day is quickly approaching, celebrating its 26th anniversary on Oct. 10. Read more

Celeste: the newest gem to 2D platform games
Celeste is a 2D platform game that provides a variety of challenging levels for players to tackle while also delivering a depiction of what it is like to learn to cope with anxiety. Read more

Fanshawe and London business join forces to help kids understand difficult topics through puppets
M.I. Understanding, which stands for mental illness understanding, is a business that helps create conversations about mental illness through the use of puppets. Read more

Mental illness: what you should know
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), approximately 10-20 per cent of youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder and roughly 49 per cent of people who believe to suffer from depression or anxiety have never visited a doctor about the issue. Read more

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How to know what NOT to say
As a friend, how do you know if you are suggesting the right thing? There is pressure not just for those suffering from mental and emotional challenges, but in those who are turned to as support systems as well. Read more

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Help is just around the corner
London is full of warm hearts and friendly faces willing to sit down and help those struggling with mental health issues, the hardest part is just reaching out for the first time. Read more

Anxiety Disorders: Finding the facts beneath the fear
According to the American Medical Association, over one third of North Americans will develop or experience anxiety attacks over the course of their lives. Read more

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Rumours of Grace: Rising rates of student suicide and depression
According to a recently published CBC article, there is a mental health crisis among Canadian college and university students. Read more

The day I found happiness
For a long time in my life, I did not know who I was. I was scared that I would never know, and I would wander through life without a path. Read more

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