Talking

Sharing My Battle With Anorexia Made Me Feel Stronger

Dina Pestonji | Posted 12.06.2016 | Canada Living
Dina Pestonji

I have spent over 14 years hiding this "tiny" part of my life, and it is now, only after writing my memoir, that I've realized that by hiding, I've been chipping away at my heart. I decided that I didn't want to hide anymore. I realized in that moment that I should have SHARED my pain instead of hiding.

Remembering My Miscarriages

Sanober Bukhari | Posted 11.16.2016 | Canada Parents
Sanober Bukhari

One year ago today I experienced my second miscarriage; almost a year prior to that I had the first. Looking back these last two years, I often feel disconnected as if what I went through didn't really happen.

This Is What Happens In Your Brain When You Can't Remember A Word

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 11.03.2015 | Canada Living

"But I .. just .. knew it a second ago!"

Why I Talk to Myself, and You Should Too

Meghan Pearson | Posted 02.06.2013 | Canada Living
Meghan Pearson

I think we all have at least one area in our life that we truly want to change for the better. Quite often it is simply an issue of our "child-like" selves resisting the ideas for change brought on by our "adult" selves. So yes, I talked to myself. Out loud I might add. I must have looked mildly of a crazy person walking through Rosedale muttering words of encouragement under my breath. But I did feel better after the "talk."