Here’s why I won’t write about healing.

For months I've been struggling with how to write about what I've learned about healing from depression and anxiety. It's not that I can't explain it. I'm just not sure I can write about it in a way that would be of any use to anyone else.

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An update on the state of this blog

First off, I have to say, thank you to everyone who has followed this blog faithfully since I started it in 2015. You mean so much to me. But further to that, you may have noticed I haven't been posting as frequently lately. This is for a couple reasons: first, because I'm working on a … Continue reading An update on the state of this blog

Let’s talk about the fact that a doctor recommended murdering a patient

Trigger warning: this story contains discussion of eugenics and violence against disabled people. Last year, a doctor at Labrador-Grenfell Health in St. Anthony, N.L. told Sheila Elson that her 25-year-old daughter Candice Lewis was dying, and offered to kill Lewis using Canada's assisted dying laws. Elson immediately said no and is now complaining about the … Continue reading Let’s talk about the fact that a doctor recommended murdering a patient

Larger class sizes hit kids with learning disabilities where it hurts

Until now, kindergarten to grade 3 classrooms in Manitoba, where I live, have been limited to 20 students each. Yesterday the provincial government announced they would remove the cap, and allow individual school boards to decide for themselves what is an acceptable classroom size. This isn't the first time this has become an issue in Canada. … Continue reading Larger class sizes hit kids with learning disabilities where it hurts