Empowering people to live opposed to merely exist
Countless people are in pain, and many lack the tools to manage their pain. Several individuals are masking their emotions while they smile on the outside but cry on the inside. Sadly, many suffer in silence. For years this was me.
Life will naturally bring us challenges and stress. However, the key is moving forward so that it doesn’t impact other areas of our lives. I challenge individuals to regain control of self while detaching from unhealthy behaviours. Our voice is our greatest tool, and I empower people to use their voices in times of need. In the same way, I teach people how to respond to those in pain.
Nobody needs to be fixed, but the value of being seen and heard is immeasurable.
- The Canadian Occupational Safety magazine sheds light on those who are struggling with mental health issues and substance abuse in the workplace
- In the Western Producer I demonstrate how teachers can change a students life.
- My latest interview on addictions and recovery can be found on Addiction Blog
- Lending a friendly ear goes a long way was published in the Canadian HR Reporter.
- Proactively Addressing Addictions in the Workplace was published in the Canadian Occupational Safety magazine.
- Smiling on the Outside. Crying on the Inside was published in the Canadian Teachers magazine.
* Published in the Canadian Occupational Safety magazine February, 2016