Tag: mental health

Stressed out: Politics can make you sick

Damaged friendships, ruined family reunions, disrupted workplaces, the emotional toll of frustration, remorse, anguish, and the physical burden of stress and loss of sleep;...

In response to backlash over mental health op-ed, The Medium will...

The Medium made another mistake on September 15 when they published “The Case for Personal Responsibility,” an opinion written by mental health expert Dr....

LinkMentalHealth offers students flexible mental health support

LinkMentalHealth, a website that connects people to therapists that fit their need, announces students can get help faster and skip over wait times for...

The mental health crisis: An existential response

During my first week at UTM, I was diagnosed with severe chronic depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I sought out the...

Students meet following another student death at Bahen

The quotes in this article were taken from a transcript of the Emergency Community Meeting on Mental Health and were not attributed to any...

Visit UTM’s doctor’s office here on campus

We all know how important it is to have proper mental and physical health. Academia can be stressful and tiring at times in a...

The reality of stress: It’s your best friend

Stress is a big part of our lives. A vast majority of people experience high levels of stress (and consequent anxiety) at some...

The case for personal responsibility

After the second student death by suicide at Bahen Centre late last year, UTSG students have pushed for greater mental health resources and dialogue...

Do seasons affect emotions?

Every year, the winter season brings with it a sense of gloom and dreariness. Days get shorter and nights get longer, trees are left...

UTM celebrates new program

Last week, the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) celebrated the launch of the new Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MScOT) program. The program,...

State of Equilibrium

I’ve had a part-time job since I was 17. I spent grades 10 through 12 working evenings and weekends at my local Shoppers Drug...

U of T: number one at making you a number

It’s been almost a year since graduating, and there were months of all sorts of anxiety and stress, but also content. Though my feeling...
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