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Tips To Help You Stop Engaging in Malicious Gossip

Kim Smiley | Posted 10.31.2014 | Canada Living
Kim Smiley

The more exceptional the individual, the more vulnerable they are to the green-eyed monster. It would be intellectually dishonest to say that I never gossip myself. I succumb to the temptation too. We all do. Because we are human. But I strive to honour the wisdom I have learned from academia and everyday experience about the devastating effects gossip can have.

Mental Illness Education Still Gets a Fail

Susan Inman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Susan Inman

Almost 4 per cent of the population develops schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and these disorders mostly appear in youth and young adults. The families who this year will discover the agony of psychotic illnesses need to know that genuine help is available. The path to that help is just much more treacherous than it should be.

For Some Mentally Ill People, Community Treatment Orders Work

Marvin Ross | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada
Marvin Ross

As this is mental health awareness week, maybe we should become more aware of those with serious untreated mental illness living on the streets, in our jails and elsewhere who deserve to be treated and to live a dignified life.

Peering Behind the Curtain of 60 Minutes

Marc Kielburger | Posted 02.04.2013 | Canada
Marc Kielburger

It was 16 years ago that I stood in our home-turned-headquarters and watched the legendary Ed Bradley of 60 Minutes interview my very nervous 13-year-old younger brother. It was a rare glimpse behind the scenes of one of North America's best known news shows. When 60 Minutes came calling again last year, we greeted the news with both anticipation and trepidation.