Tinnitus Hyperacusis Suicide Helplines and Lifelines

Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 30, 2019. A day to talk about mental health and mental illness. To end the stigma of anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders. People with tinnitus and hyperacusis are higher risk than people in general. I’m  re-posting this blog that lists lifelines or helplines for tinnitus hyperacusis suicide …

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Print Books versus eBooks at Bedtime

An interesting article at writingandwellness.com explained why print books are much healthier for reading before bed than ebooks. The reason? Research shows artificial blue light from ebooks makes people feel less sleepy, makes it take longer to fall asleep, changes sleep patterns, and left people more sleepy the next morning than people who read print …

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New Year’s Resolution 2019: Be Kind to Millennials

When I go about my daily life, I always try to be polite to everyone no matter their age. But people’s reactions puzzle me. Especially millennials: people born around 1981 to 1996. The 22 to 37 year olds. The people often accused of ruining retail shopping and mocked for avocado toast. After several incidents in …

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Chocolate Gift Tradition

Over the holidays, we discovered a gift at our doorstep. “What is it?” asked the child. “Chocolates from our hermit neighbour,” said His Highness. “She leaves them every year.” He ripped off the glittery wrapping paper. Fancy chocolates from Daniel Le Chocolat Belge. Yummo. While he wasted time checking the chocolate identification codes, I identified …

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