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A change?

This is a bit selfish of a departure from my usual posts, but I feel like I need to write something. I have been hesitant to write posts like this in the past, but it’s something that I hope will make me feel better. There is no need for any of my friends to be […]

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Chatting with Sally Francklyn

Once I read this article and watched the video, I had to contact Sally. Her brain injury and its symptoms seemed to be very similar to mine. To start, we were both 23 when we had our accidents and I know first-hand about how it feels for someone that age, used to living away from home, […]

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Goals and focus

I will start this post with a nod to Movember and its goals. You can donate to my Movember moustache here and help support research and promote awareness of important men’s health issues, like prostate cancer and mental illness.   I’ve had a beard since last Movember, but it took me a while to grow it […]

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Feeling good

I expected to feel kind of down around now, but oddly and fortunately enough, I’ve been in a good mood  for a while, even though, ostensibly, nothing has really changed. My good spirits are based on possibilities. Usually, when those possibilities fall apart, is when I start feeling a bit down. I’m more hopeful this […]

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The Crash Reel

I cannot urge you enough to watch this movie/documentary. The Crash Reel is about Kevin Pearce,  an aspiring U.S. Olympic snowboarder who crashed while training, 49 days before the Vancouver Winter Olympics. The film wasn’t available in Canada until very recently and I watched it for the first time last night. I’m so glad I […]

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