Glen Canning2021-11-30T16:02:35+00:00November 3rd, 2021|Categories: Mental Health|Tags: healing, mental health|
What heals you comes down to how able you are to deal with what hurt you. Healing needs to be whole and involve the deep you, the child you. When my daughter died from suicide I went through years of therapy and didn't once delve into trying to heal from loosing her. My healing
Glen Canning2021-10-29T10:55:58+00:00September 12th, 2021|Categories: Mental Health, Road Trip, Travel|Tags: healing, Road Trip, travel|
Since I was a child I've been drawn to the grounding power of nature. The still quite, the russling leaves, the sounds of life and the big sky overhead. It all draws me in and folds me up with peace. We've been planning another road trip for the past few months.
Glen Canning2021-01-28T13:53:37+00:00January 28th, 2021|Categories: Mental Health|Tags: child abuse, mental health, trauma|
One of the earliest incidents of trauma I can remember happened at a dentist's office. I was at most seven years old and when I look back at it now I can see the impact it had on my life. It was the worst breach of trust there could be and to this day I have problems trusting people in authority situations. I never think they'll do the right thing, ever. I learned to deal with most of the shit in my life on my own and it was mentally damaging as hell.
Glen Canning2021-01-22T21:34:37+00:00January 22nd, 2021|Categories: Mental Health|Tags: Acceptance, grief, Rehtaeh|
I found an old cell phone this morning tucked away in a junk box with a bunch of old chargers and cables for devices long ago thrown out. I’m one of those people who’ll keep a charger “just in case” but decided I needed to declutter in the hope that
Glen Canning2020-12-03T14:30:58+00:00December 3rd, 2020|Categories: Mental Health|Tags: COVID-19, mental health|
My site has been down for the past couple weeks as I worked on an update and made some changes. Just getting things ready for the upcoming book release (still looking at May 2021).
Please take care of yourself and stay safe. COVID-19 has been an international nightmare and it’s going to take a heavy toll on our mental health. If you need help reach out or if you know someone alone give the ma call. We’re in this together and together we can get through it.