Tag Archives: inspiration

Laughing at madness!

Who would laugh at depression, trauma, and work disaster? Are you a monster! Well…Sometimes the best way to deal with the worst is to laugh in its face. And learning about telling jokes is a great way to face the bad stuff and maybe chuck a few pies! The Laughing Like Crazy program brings together people facing work,  mental, and emotional… Read more »

10 things I hate about peer support groups

A brief list of the reasons I hate peer support groups People. I hate people. They scare, irritate, and bore me… Not you. You are perfect. Listening. Listening to other people’s problems. [See 1] Group Time. Why are there so many other people talking? Shouldn’t they be listening to me? Travelling to peer support groups. I barely have the energy to… Read more »

Our Worries at Age 16 and Today – video

Imagine your biggest worries at age 16…Imagine your biggest worries today. Have things changed? Perhaps, you think about different topics, different people and perhaps you feel things with different intensities. In a recent project (digitaledu at University of Toronto), I was reminded that Everyone Worries and that #worrieschange: How did we get so many people to share their stories?