Tag: depression

Tyson & Joey: Two Worlds Collide

Tyson & Joey: Two Worlds Collide

| December 1, 2018

This is the story of two very different young men, from two very different worlds. Tyson is from the rough streets of Trentan, a crime-ridden, drug-infested, inner-city neighbourhood. Joey is from the affluent northern suburbs, a community of privilege and opportunity. The worlds of these two young men collide through a chance encounter, and as […]

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Living Out Loud Series Box Set

Living Out Loud Series Box Set

| November 28, 2018

RUNAWAYS. ROMANCE. ROAD TRIPS. She’s guarded and angry at humanity. He’s a sensitive guitar player who is trying to escape his family drama. They don’t seem like they’d be suited for one another, but it turns out they may be the perfect match to get each other through their complicated obstacles, finding missing family members, […]

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Magoch: Young and Lost in a New Era

Magoch: Young and Lost in a New Era

| October 14, 2018

A massive magical event flips the normal world on its head, and the masses are suddenly gifted a wide array of abilities. Ms. Vulpine, a mysterious historian child of a wealthy family becomes fixated with finding the culprit, while her new assistant, Sam, becomes increasingly interested in unraveling her well-kept secrets. Ezreth never intended to […]

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CONQUERING YOUR STRESS AND FEARS: A treatment guide for anxiety and Trauma-related disorders

CONQUERING YOUR STRESS AND FEARS: A treatment guide for anxiety and Trauma-related disorders

| August 23, 2018

When you realize that anxiety, stress and even fear permeate every aspect of your life, you begin to wonder how you can eliminate these all-encompassing feelings. How can you reclaim those precious minutes of your life and become truly at peace with your mind? Conquering Your Stress and Fears by Dr. Gustavo Kinrys, M.D. quickly […]

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24 Hour Lockdown

24 Hour Lockdown

| August 9, 2018

Could you last twenty-four hours locked down in a public library? I would gladly take a terrifying nightmare every night, if I could only stop living this nightmare. What kind of a writer doesn’t carry paper with them? I’m a failure. I can’t help but laugh. Insulting him like this is the only thing that’s […]

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The Act of Constant Drowning

The Act of Constant Drowning

| August 6, 2018

There is no guidebook for how to be human—especially one navigating the arduous terrain of physical and mental health struggles. There are no checklists that can accurately prepare a person for how to be disabled, and no clear-cut instructions for living independently as someone who cannot always thrive alone.  There are, however, other people’s stories.  […]

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120 Greatest Anxiety Hacks – Some old, some new, and some truly unorthodox

120 Greatest Anxiety Hacks – Some old, some new, and some truly unorthodox

| July 2, 2018

A fun, interactive and simply formatted book filled with various tips, hacks and techniques all designed for reducing anxiety and panic attacks as well as depression. Mel Bonthuys is a mental health advocate, author and blogger. She uses her past experiences with her own diagnose of anxiety and panic disorder to help people recover from […]

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Well

Well

| June 18, 2018

Well, by Alias In Town, began by compiling relative journal entries, poetry, essays and original artwork into a scrapbook. The scrapbook project was a personal effort to tell the story of a life journey from the brokenness, disparity and pain of chronic illness, addiction, and mental illness to being Well. This activity morphed into an […]

How to be Happy and at Peace

How to be Happy and at Peace

| May 21, 2018

How Do You Search for Happiness? Do you feel there is something you need in order to be happy but that it’s always just out of your reach? Do you move from job to job and relationship to relationship always feeling unsatisfied, yet still convinced that this type of change will solve all your problems? […]

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Living on Borrowed Time

Living on Borrowed Time

| May 9, 2018

This isn’t your ordinary love story… Lara Rogers isn’t supposed to be here. She was supposed to die over a year ago from a long-term illness, yet somehow she managed to make a miracle recovery. The only problem is now she has an endless future stretched out in front of her—one that she wasn’t expecting, […]

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