Short, helpful advice on the most asked-about topics

Cautiously Optimistic

Cautiously Optimistic

Many of us are experiencing Covid fatigue. After months of washing our hands, disinfecting surfaces, wearing masks, avoiding social gatherings, and staying away from friends and family, we are looking forward to a round of second vaccines and a lessening of restrictions going into the summer and fall.

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Men's Mental Health Month

Men's Mental Health Month

When it comes to talking about men’s health, and in particular mental health, there has been a lot of silence. This makes sense, because as men we haven’t exactly been encouraged to open up about our feelings, our needs, and our struggles.

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215 Children

215 Children

There are few people who haven’t heard the horrifying news that 215 remains of children were found in unmarked graves at the Kamloops Residential School.

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Mental Health Week

Mental Health Week

Since it's Mental Health Week in Canada, we here at Walmsley want to remind you just how important it is to check in with yourself to see how you're doing.

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Stress and Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety

Stress and anxiety are physiologically indistinguishable. They both share the "fight or flight" survival reaction. One persons' experience with stress may be another persons' experience with anxiety.

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Avoiding Burnout

Avoiding Burnout

If you were experiencing significant work-place stress before the pandemic, you may be feeling unbearable or even crippling stress seven months into the pandemic.

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