She won’t be okay: The art of truth telling

She won’t be okay: The art of truth telling

My mom is dying. The Stage 4 cancer is going to kill her. Soon. Her looming death sits prominently in my mind with every decision I make. And I want to know the truth. How do we, then, decide, amidst the potential for raw emotion and significant risk, when we are...

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She won’t be okay: The art of truth telling

My mom is dying. The Stage 4 cancer is going to kill her. Soon. Her looming death sits prominently in my mind with every decision I make. And I want to know the truth. How do we, then, decide, amidst the potential for raw emotion and significant risk, when we are...

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After the overdose…grief…then advocacy

AUDIO | Heather Boswell lives and works in Fort St. John, British Columbia. Her son Chris Baker, her only child, died June 21st 2018 after using cocaine that was contaminated with fentanyl. Heather shares her experience with us along with her growing sense of advocacy...

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Eating disorder awareness week begins February 1st

AUDIO | Eating Disorders affect people of all genders, sexual orientations, ages, socioeconomic class, abilities, races, and ethnic backgrounds. That is why, from February 1st to 7th every year, Eating Disorder groups across Canada unite to commemorate Eating Disorder...

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