Canadian. Mental health activist. Banker and financier who drinks too much coffee. Pursuing happiness and sharing my thoughts with others.
Dear New Year, First of all, thank you for rolling over. You have no idea how much I've been waiting for 2020 to end.
Gifts! Everyone wants them. Moreover, everyone hopes to get a few during holidays and for special events. But what do you gift your friends, loved ones, and others around you?
Everyone has a different dating style. Some of us move fast, while others take their time. Some people focus on enjoying the moment, and there are also those obsessed with planning the future. Certain individuals date for a reason and others prefer not to think about tomorrow. Do you like labels? You might, but a potential match may not. We are all very different people.
Depression has been an indispensable part of my life for the last six years. I was diagnosed with this mental illness when I was 21, and I’ve been living with it ever since. It’s not as horrifying as it may sound: yes, it’s a challenge, and yes, it gets emotionally tricky at times. But I consider myself to be lucky and well-cared for because I recognized this issue right away, sought help, received a piece of proper advice and treatment, and overall has been doing quite well most of the time.