It’s hard, sometimes, being a person.
Talkin’ bout mental illness.
What You Should Know and What You Can Do to Help
It’s important to note that anxiety should never be generalized. Anxiety elicits a different reaction from everyone who suffers from it.
The Perils of Undiagnosed Attention Deficit DisordersFor women with undiagnosed ADHD, unorthodox coping mechanisms are survival rituals.
Exploring Mindfulness as a Coping Mechanism
In the city of Uppsala, Sweden, they have this thing called the Flogsta scream. Every evening, at about 10 p.m., university students living in the neighbourhood let out raging screams from their apartment windows and into the night.
I walked through my adolescence believing that how I felt was a symptom of being in high school—never addressing my fears, always internalizing them.
On the Ambitious Project to Examine How the University Fails and Meets Its Students’ Needs
The classroom is a concept not often questioned.
Prisoners Deserve Mental Health Care Too
University of the Streets Café is part of the Office of Community Engagement at Concordia. They’ve been hosting weekly events all fall at cafes around Montreal and getting citizens from all walks of life to sit down and share perspectives on various topics of interest in casual, informal settings.
But We Should
I can’t honestly speak to the gender theory of hypermasculinity causing emotional self-mutilation in men. But I can speak to every man in my family who doesn’t handle his shit.
Feminist Critiques of Health Care Shift the Conversation from Physiology to Sociology
The elimination of the Women’s Health Contribution Program, which was expected to save the government $2.85 million a year, hastened the downward spiral for access to women’s health care in Canada.
Useful Phrases for Living a Bilingual Life
As we all know, Montreal is a bilingual city, yet sometimes people still get confused with some of the French lingo. Here are some phrases that you might hear, explained by our French-speaking, Québécois writers.