How To Get Along With Your Isolation Partner—and Yourself

Depression and Clinical Depression

Let’s set the scene. I live in a cozy East Vancouver house with four other roommates. That’s five bedrooms, one bathroom, one kitchen. That may sound like a nightmare to some, but it has usually worked out just fine. Most of my roommates travel often for work, and when they’re back home, they’re either out … Read more How To Get Along With Your Isolation Partner—and Yourself

Dealing with Depression, Anxiety, and Loneliness During COVID-19

Depression

If the past is any indication, there is a strong connection between a pandemic and a decline in mental health. The Russian (1889 to 1890) and Spanish (1918 to 1920) influenzas have both been associated with dips in mental health that lasted years after the pandemics were over. According to Morneau Shepell (Canadian HR specialists), … Read more Dealing with Depression, Anxiety, and Loneliness During COVID-19

Managing Weight Control and Eating Disorders During Isolation

Pandemic

From just one look at our Facebook feeds, it’s clear many of us are feeling stressed—and, as a result, snacky while relegated to our homes. Kyla Fox, clinical therapist and owner of the Toronto-based The Kyla Fox Centre, which specializes in helping people who suffer from eating disorders and/or related mental health issues, says that … Read more Managing Weight Control and Eating Disorders During Isolation

Depression and Clinical Depression

Depression and Clinical Depression

Today we know a lot more about depression, this disease is one of the common and dangerous mental conditions we can encounter in all societies and in all cultures, it is in fact, an across the board human situation which, in the last few years, significant achievements have been made. The understanding of depression and … Read more Depression and Clinical Depression