Tag Archives: Mental Health

Bell Let’s Talk: Now More Than Ever Every Action Counts

28 Jan

The pandemic has cast a new light on mental health. Many know it is an issue, but for so many isolated from their support system during COVID-19, mental health has come home literally. People are struggling for many different reasons, each has their own personal story. No two people are the same nor are their coping mechanisms, but YOU can be part of the action that makes a difference. It’s that call to a friend to check in, it’s checking on that senior neighbour that lives alone, saying hello and acknowledging that person you pass by. This year more than ever, every action counts. What will you do today?

Do you need help? Visit Bell Let’s Talk which has a great list of resources.

VoiceStory Live: The Power Of Your Voice Continues At The Cultch

3 Apr

VoiceStoryLiveWinston Yeung brings VoiceStory Live to the stage at The Cultch in a series of presentations.  What is VoiceStory Live? “VoiceStory is about creating a safe, empowering space free of judgement, ridicule and fear. So those that had to swallow their words and hide their stories from the world can finally have a place to share, a place to breathe, a place to unfold your wings and be!”

Winston is passionate about giving a voice to those who may not otherwise have one. They aren’t famous, they aren’t rich, they are us. Every day people trying to live a good life, do the right thing, make a difference in their own lives for themselves or for others.“It’s about people telling authentic stories of facing their fears, overcoming adversity, accomplishing achievements, and experiencing great adventures. People empowering people through storytelling!”   

Voice Story Live tackles different subject matters for each session. We’ve set out below the next set of topics and dates at The Cultch.

July 7

August 5

September 17

VoiceStory Live does mean putting away your cell phone, forgetting that to do list and other places you should be and things you should be doing.  You are invited to be in the moment with others.  To purchase tickets, visit The Cultch.

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