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What life had taught me

These are some things that I learned so far:

  1. Forgive people’s mistake easily

Human are born with mistakes. We have flaws. And somehow we lot our ego ruins our relationship with other human by being mad to each other. 402 more words

Mental Health

A shocking relief.

I’ve spent an enormous amount of time and energy trying to control life. Trying to be perfect because perfect meant control and control meant safe and the lack thereof meant terrifying and unimaginable chaos during which it would be revealed that I was a horrifyingly awful specimen of humanity. 853 more words

Blog

The Darkness Won. A poem.

When darkness kneads my shoulder
Like an old and long, lost friend,
Tar dripping from his fingers
Bringing pain and bitter ends.


I kneel and bear that heavy weight…
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Writing

Covid-19 leadership resources

This is not an ordinary blog post, it’s a space to collect resources that may be useful to leaders in this time of crisis. The first resource is the free… 598 more words

Human Resources

Isolation and Mental Wellness...

…are incompatible. At least that’s what every Professional has told me since I was a wee Bipolarling . Self-isolation is one of the diagnostic tick boxes for clinical depression in the… 331 more words

Bipolar Disorder

Support for Vulnerable Canadians

Prime Minister announced measures to support vulnerable Canadians to help cope with the health, social, and economic impacts of COVID-19.

Support for vulnerable individuals: Measures put in place will help provide young people with mental health supports and Canadian seniors with practical services. 45 more words

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