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Recent Blog Posts
What I want I can never have again and yet I manage to survive, even to thrive in moments. But the fact remains that you are gone. Every second. Every minute of every day that further separates you from me makes me yearn for you even more. I saw a young man who reminds me …
Read more April 28, 2017
For Bell Let’s Talk Day on Wednesday, January 25, I was thrilled to be invited to share my story and information about suicide prevention with hosts of CTV’s The Social. Watch the video here. A few months after my interview aired, co-host of The Social, the wonderful Traci Melchor, released a special announcement …
Read more Bell Let’s Talk Day and the Importance of Sharing Your Story
Originally published on triburlington.ca Today I finished my very first Century Ride. Something very cool and humbling about setting a goal and achieving it. Especially, when it involves others with the same goal. The first 38 miles were fine, albeit with some wind to deal with. A short stop and off again to 54 miles. …
Read more Presidents Day Century Bike Ride
Originally published on Bell’s Let’s Talk Blog. Just when I thought I’d done everything I could to contribute to the conversations around youth mental health and suicide prevention, I read Laura Eggertson’s excellent piece for CBC NEWS, ‘Canada needs a national suicide prevention strategy – because they work’. Her article set out in thoughtful detail …
Read more Why A National Suicide Prevention Strategy is needed—now.