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Mental Health Management

Mental health might be a little harder to manage than usual. Especially at the moment with Coronavirus stopping people from doing the things they love. You might manage your mental health by going to work. Perhaps by socializing or seeing loved ones. Everyone is different, but unfortunately Covid has shifted life. Managing one’s mental health …

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My personal struggle with #depression

I mentioned yesterday that depression is becoming more of a struggle for me lately. Monday was pretty rough for me but yesterday was a little better. It’s so hard to describe what this is like, especially if you’ve never experienced depression before. I can say that it impacts pretty much every aspect of my life …

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4 Tips to Keep Your Family Healthy

4 Tips to Keep Your Family Healthy There are many jobs that you are going to need to take on as a parent. Some are harder than others, but they all need to combine to help you and your family stay safe, secure, healthy, and happy. It may sound like an impossible job, but the …

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How Lockdown Can Warp Your Sense Of Time

Few people with any social conscience would question the reasoning behind lockdown, when a pandemic that has killed upwards of half a million people worldwide shows no signs of going away. And those of us who understand the importance of not just avoiding infection for ourselves, but also of not passing it on to the …

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#Depression is like an uninvited houseguest

It’s been a emotionally challenging day for me. There are a million reasons for this and to be completely honest, it got the better of me for a little while. I’m overloaded and that tends to feed my uninvited houseguest called depression. I was able to keep my struggle from the kids, which I’m quite …

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5 Ways To Manage Chronic Pain

Pain is an indicator given to you from your central nervous system to let you know that there is something wrong. Pain lets you know that you need to move away from a fire or you might get burnt. Without pain, you would put yourself in harmful situations all of the time.  Most pain goes …

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It’s been a rough transition home for the kids

The boys came home this afternoon. I picked them up about 2pm. I surprised them by bringing Ruby along, which I would immediately regret. We’ll just say she’s a nervous traveler and leave it at that. She was happy to see the boys and they were thrilled to see her. She was excited to see …

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When Schools Are Closed (feat. Matthew Boulay) S3E23

When Schools Are Closed

When Schools Are Closed (feat. Matthew Boulay) In this episode, I speak with Matthew Boulay about education in the advent of COVID19, as well as the importance of summer learning. We talk about his new book “When Schools are Closed: A Guide for parents to discover the extraordinary power of summer learning in the era …

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