HUFFINGTON POST – One in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Two-thirds of those who struggle will not seek treatment, due to fear of judgment or rejection.
Every year, initiatives like Bell Let’s Talk help us fight the stigma around mental illness and remind us how important it is to have these conversations. But we still have a long way to go.
HUFFINGTON POST – A new year is upon us, and this often means reassessing where you stand in life, measuring your status against your peers, and then setting unattainable goals for the future. It’s time for a different approach.
HUFFINGTON POST – When her older sister died at the young age of 17, Carly Kowalik knew she would not live a “normal life.” She would forever be missing the relationship that could have been.
HUFFINGTON POST – One split second can change everything. After a tragic car accident led to the loss of her leg, Raeven Bell had to learn to walk again. She had to learn a whole new life.
HUFFINGTON POST – Buckets of iced water continue to spill over heads. Smartphone videos continue to fill our social media newsfeeds. Donations continue to skyrocket. And criticism continues to pour in.