New doors opened in Sydney’s life as she gained insight and power over her anxieties.
Summer—the time “everyone” is “supposed to be” having fun—can be an isolating time for teens with mood disorders, without the social presence of friends at school. It can help to have something to do, especially something cool and challenging. Meeting new people with similar interests can make summer into an amazing experience. If you’re a
One in four Winnipeggers has a diagnosed mood or anxiety disorder, a new Peg report reveals. The news comes a day before Olympian Clara Hughes is back in Winnipeg to raise awareness around mental health issues as part of Bell’s Let’s Talk Day. It also follows a recent move by United Way’s community investment committee