Ways to Reach Out to Someone who May be Suffering in Silence (TW: Suicide)

Before you start reading, please be aware, I will talk about Suicide in Canada in this post, which may be triggering for some people. Further down in this post I will be talking about supporting individuals in general (which includes people not experiencing suicidal thoughts as well), however please read with caution. If you areContinue reading “Ways to Reach Out to Someone who May be Suffering in Silence (TW: Suicide)”

When we use toxic positivity on ourselves it sounds like…

If your friend came up to you and told you something absolutely horrible happened to them this morning, and they were extremely upset about it, would you tell them to get over it? That they should consider that other people are worse off? Or that they should remember how much they have to be gratefulContinue reading “When we use toxic positivity on ourselves it sounds like…”

Alternative wedding planning during COVID-19

In September of 2019, when I moved home from my Masters’ degree, my girlfriend and I went to Gatineau, Qc to the hot air balloon festival (a bucket list item of mine that I had shared with Sydney years ago) and spent the weekend on carnival rides and watching hot air balloons. We got homeContinue reading “Alternative wedding planning during COVID-19”

To engage or not to engage in “intellectual discussions” on social media in a politically heated climate

Yesterday, an email went viral on Facebook, received from an Ontario based videography company called Caramount Pictures. According to the email shared below by Kelly Roberts and her fiancee, the videographer couple refused to provide services to them because they do not film homosexual weddings. As the post was shared on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter andContinue reading “To engage or not to engage in “intellectual discussions” on social media in a politically heated climate”