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bell let's talk

You know you're Canadian when you have strong feelings about Bell.
Corporate social awareness days like Bell Let's Talk always bring me mixed feelings.
Some say limited access to services and the effects of colonialism are issues.
"There's an identity crisis that happens when you give birth."
There has been barely a blip about maternal mental health in any meaningful way during the past eight years of Bell Let's Talk.
While the volume of conversation in Bell Let's Talk is incredible, I do worry we are not paying enough attention to children facing mental health issues.
Racism and trauma on brain development of children from early years to their teens must be considered, especially in light of social determinants of health.
As leaders in our field, we understand how the examples we set lay the foundation on whether we are truly an anti-oppressive and inclusive organization.
With January being famous for its most depressing Monday of the year and with Bell's Lets talk campaign to draw awareness