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  • Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin | mindyourmind.ca
    use food as a substitute for people Maybe you re powerless in other areas of your life It s easier to focus on your intake of food or your weight than to deal with an unpredictable boss teacher significant other or friend You can t control a person but you can try to control yourself turning a relational issue between you and someone else into an internal conflict between you and food Control is also a way of protecting yourself from feelings of vulnerability That s a difficult feeling for everyone but especially for guys who are taught to be tough Man up and all that Trying to control food feels active and is a solution to the passivity of vulnerability When you deal directly with the conflicts in your life whether it s a conflict with another person or with an emotion then you re less likely to cope with it indirectly with food You also have had your own personal experience with eating disorders What was that like for you and what helped you to realize you needed help One of my earliest childhood memories is looking at my thighs and thinking that they should be smaller I was a perfectly normal weight child I was also five years old I grew more obsessed as I got older My teenage diaries list all the food I d eaten and calories burned with vows to get smaller I fell asleep counting calories and fat grams I woke up thinking about what I was going to eat and not eat I alternated severe restriction and deprivation with bingeing and later with purging I later went to therapy discussing my relationship issues talking about my parents my friends my dreams and my fears I was open with my therapist about every aspect of my life except one I never told her about my eating disorder behavior At the time I did not want to change My ability to restrict made me feel superior to other people and special and I did not want to give that up even though the inevitable bingeing made me feel worthless My struggle was too shameful to admit to anyone including my therapist so I waged my war with food in private Several months into therapy I began to notice that things were changing Restricting food no longer made me feel superior Instead I felt deprived I started to feel hungry for food for life I became aware of feelings that I had denied In therapy I learned to process those emotions rather than deny them I began using words to comfort myself and talking to myself in a supportive way instead of criticizing myself Not once did I reveal to my therapist what was going on with food Not once And by the time I left therapy my eating disorder behavior had vanished How was this possible My eating disorder was an outcome of my harsh relationship with myself In therapy I learned to cope

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/dr-nina-savelle-rocklin (2015-12-28)
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  • Mickey Gloss | mindyourmind.ca
    You Happy where wry social commentary meets garage psychedelia Bio provided by Mickey Gloss Questions by mindyourmind Content Developer Diana You recently released a new single called Are you happy What is happiness to you Do you think there is a secret to happiness Happiness to me is when you re tired at the end of the day and you can sleep knowing your getting closer to the person you want to be I think there is a secret to happiness but I cannot tell you it because it s a secret What do you hope your music will inspire others to do I hope it will inspire them to make better music than me When is the last time you saw or heard something that made you laugh hysterically Pretty big fan of keyboard cat Music idol Tim Taylor from Brainiac Best memory on the road tour Seeing Mickey Gloss drummer Andy destroy a KFC family meal Man V Food style after a long drive Most embarrassing moment Having my mum dress me in a waist coat and suit for my first school disco Any piece of advice that you would give to someone who is having a hard

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/mickey-gloss (2015-12-28)
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  • Alyssa Reid | mindyourmind.ca
    player on the girl s rugby team and until recently she poured coffee part time at a local Tim Hortons to scrape together enough cash to buy her first car The Edmonton Alberta native s life however has been anything but conventional With her family frequently picking up and moving around Alberta and ultimately migrating to Ontario Alyssa has found herself having to repeatedly adapt to her new surroundings Being frequently uprooted and forced to regularly make new friends adapt to new schools and adjust to new teachers finding a sense of stability was difficult for Alyssa growing up Through it all her music has been a constant source that she could rely on to see her through the rough patches In the fall of 2009 in a somewhat ironic twist of fate Alyssa was discovered by her record label through a Youtube performance that she posted of her own interpretation of the Justin Bieber hit One Less Lonely Girl written from a girls perspective and re titled One More Lonely Boy This cleverly reworked song had already attracted over 200 000 Youtube hits and resulted in her signing with Wax Records As has been highly touted in the media

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/alyssa-reid (2015-12-28)
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  • Taking Back Sunday | mindyourmind.ca
    released their sixth full length studio album Happiness Is but they tell us in our interview that they had no expectations of ever making it this far when they started out making music in 1999 Although the band has had ups and downs with former members being replaced their latest album title is an affirmation of being in a good place in their lives bass guitar player Shaun Cooper says The band is driven by goals of constantly growing as musicians and people individually When asked what he would want to say to a young person struggling with depression or mental health issues Cooper says It s important to find the help you need whether it s finding the right person to talk to or the right medication you need to find whatever outlet is going to right the ship Stay away from drugs and alcohol don t self medicate that stuff never works out right and doing any sort of physical exercise is very very beneficial to the brain because I see it in myself Everything gets better with age and you have to stick through the tough times to get to the good because life does get better

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/taking-back-sunday (2015-12-28)
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  • Fefe Dobson | mindyourmind.ca
    has been covered by other artists like Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez to name a few and featured in cinema television and more Not wanting to be produced as a pop artist she left Jive Records to do her own thing and incorporate rock and punk into her music She often sings about relationships and has written about growing up in a tough family mindyourmind volunteer and interviewer Alicia chats

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/fefe-dobson (2015-12-28)
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  • Clara Hughes | mindyourmind.ca
    stressful at times A lot of youth find themselves overwhelmed with school work sports and their involvement within the community How do you find time for yourself and how do you prevent burnout I realize I have a capacity and cannot do everything My Mom always made me finish what I started growing up and if I didn t want to sign up again then I could make that choice So I always think of things in terms of finishing what I start and look at a broad perspective of all the things I think I want to do together on a calendar then try to make better decisions this way I respect I have a capacity that is not limitless and realize if I say yes to every great thing out there I will be no good to everything including myself When I feel burnt out as I do right now I step away and make sure I give myself the time to recover This is the most difficult thing for me being idle feeling like I am not accomplishing anything Resting and recovering and just simply doing little things like reading and chilling out is just as important and crucial to doing anything that may seem like a big accomplishment You ve been quoted as saying Success means more than earning medals It means having a voice and using the opportunity to reach out and help others A lot of young people find it hard to help out their friends struggling with mental health issues How would you help with a friend you thought was struggling Just listening is a big deal I get a lot of notes and messages asking for help I always tell people that half the time I don t know what to do with myself let alone giving advice to someone else But I can let them know their voice is heard and encourage them to find the support in their community I work with a psychologist and this individual is crucial for me to live and cope with the difficult emotions I go through that at times feel overwhelming Letting someone feel their voice is heard is important but knowing you cannot cure someone or fix or rescue them is important too You need to be able to steer people in the direction of support that is available as well as listening Your story is known not only nationally but internationally as well What inspired you to talk about your journey with mental health Just an opportunity to share the struggle For years I shared the joy as an athlete and realized people thought it was easy all the time for me I thought if they could understand some of my struggle perhaps this would help a person thinking and feeling they were isolated in these inner feelings in the illness they have I also have a family history of mental illness with my sister and father to I wanted to speak

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/clara-hughes (2015-12-28)
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  • Ann Akin and The Harts Theatre Company | mindyourmind.ca
    20 years old at university and decided that I wanted to be an actress I was an employee a friend and a daughter living an everyday life and doing everyday things Then my elder brother got sick He got very sick and it was the first time in my life that I had been more aware than anything that I was a sibling and I had a sibling that needed to be taken care of I didn t understand this term mental health I didn t know the signs or symptoms I didn t know where to get help Along with my older brother I also have two younger brothers and together as a unit we powered through this extremely painful and traumatic experience learning as we went along what mental health is and how to deal with it Although my parents were very much involved in what was happening and dealing with my elder brother s illness I was very aware of how it affected my younger brothers and me We all were affected by my brother s illness in different ways and reacted and have dealt with it in different ways I wanted to focus on the story of young people and in particular on how siblings are affected by having to deal with mental health issues It seems that Ashley struggles with psychosis or schizophrenia throughout the film It s interesting that you chose to never name Ashley s condition Is there a reason behind this decision I wanted the audience to focus on mental illness in general and to question their idea of normality I was also trying to ignite a desire in the audience to educate themselves about it I want the audience to focus on ill mental health as a whole rather than focusing on one particular illness Is there a reason why you chose to explore psychosis or schizophrenia The main reason I chose schizophrenia is that I am familiar with it and I wanted to write about what I knew It was very important to me to stay true to the authenticity of mental health so I chose psychosis for that reason The saddest scene is when Ashley is taken to a mental hospital Do you think Ray could have handled the situation better Ashley is not convinced she needs help What could have Ray done to make the transition more tolerable for her sister In reality it is very difficult to handle a situation like that I personally experienced it and know many others who have as well the reaction from the person with the illness is similar in most cases I feel that Ray did the best that she could but I also think it s important for audiences to see that sometimes we have to make difficult decisions when caring for someone with an illness and we may not always handle every single decision that we make in the best way Ashley loses her friends after she gets sick

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/ann-akin-and-harts-theatre-company (2015-12-28)
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  • Toby Allen | mindyourmind.ca
    paintbrush or digital using self made tools that mimic traditional watercolour I love the texture it gives to an image and the shifts between subtle and intense or vivid colour Watercolour can add an extra level of magic to an illustration but it is also very temperamental and can be a fun challenge to work with The majority of my work is created digitally but uses self made watercolour textures and brushes that create a blend of the two mediums that I find really enjoyable In the Fastcocreate article by Jennifer Miller you talk about raising awareness of mental illnesses through your art and making them more manageable What else makes mental illness more manageable in your everyday life Talking Either talking to my parents about something that is bothering me or getting me down talking and joking with my sister or friends to lighten the mood or even having a heartfelt and honest chat with my pet chinchilla I really think that talking about your feelings to someone you trust is a great tool for when it all gets a bit too much or you can t get something out of your mind Doing something every day that you really love and that makes you feel happy also helps to make things more manageable When I am creating artwork I don t feel anxious or worried about anything It makes me happy and I feel liberated from my anxiety and free from the pressures of the real world even if just for an hour or two Which of the monsters that you have created so far is your favourite or was the most fun to draw up I think the anxiety monster is my favourite as it is a very personal piece of work and reflects my own experience with anxiety well It has a good mix of cute and creepy and the light and dark colour combination was very fun to play around with I also really liked working on the depression monster It s so round and squishy its design is based on a manatee which is one of my favourite animals and the waterfall like tail was particularly fun to draw Some of the comments made about the monsters is that they are too cutesy How do you respond to this concern I intentionally made them cutesy and I agree that some are on the very cute side The intention for the project was not to scare people but to give people something to aim their angst toward I think if I made them too horrible or scary they might appear less manageable and children might find them too scary I hoped that the work could be open to an audience of all ages and I think I have struck a good balance between scary and cute reflecting the serious nature of mental illnesses but not making them so scary or horrific enough to add negativity to people s reflection of their own condition When did

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/toby-allen (2015-12-28)
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