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  • Dim Scripts | mindyourmind.ca
    that and make it so badass He was always on the edge constantly re inventing himself in ways that nobody had ever seen before Hanging yourself out there is how you become great Laj I ve been inspired by a lot of female artists growing up and still now Gwen Stefani is my hero when it comes to a female performer she just always did her own thing and knew it was awesome thus convincing everyone else When I was little I listened to Alanis Bif Naked Nelly Furtado Pink etc I got into some punk Rancid Alkaline Trio Bouncing Souls Transplants AFI I was influenced by the brother and thus was into some rock stuff Guns N Roses Metallica Faith No More etc Different artists influence me in different ways I look up to some of them as just insane performers while others have a voice I could only dream of one day comparing to and the philosophies of others are really encouraging Incubus 311 I could go on all day its all really random anyways Oh yeah and MJ of course is the MAN You wrote a track called September Suicides about teens committing suicide because of being bullied Are bullying or teenage suicide issues something that you have personally been affected by directly or indirectly Arun I think we were both very fortunate growing up I was friends with people in most groups And we grew up in rural Saskatchewan so these groups were limited A lot of cowboy hats and hockey pucks There was really no long haired guitarist group Although I got out pretty much scottfree I saw some pretty intense bullying and peer pressure This was a rough town and I had friends that did some heinous stuff I m talking the kind of town where the percentage of people with full sets of teeth goes up significantly when you roll in I ve still some redneck in me and always will There were indeed suicides but nobody that I was close with It s just so sad to see that happen So much potential ruined by someone else s insecurities A change would be nice Laj Suicides no Bullying well I guess everyone sees it going on at school I ve had my fair share of dealing with mean girls at times but I think we all have I think everyone knows what it s like at one point or another dreading going into school the next day but what s so heartbreaking is that these kids just couldn t take it anymore I ve seen such amazing people with so much potential be broken down by other people s insecurities and I can see that it has unfortunately stuck with them later on in their lives It is such a waste and we wrote the song to bring any little bit more attention to the situation as we could What messages do you hope others will take from September Suicides and or

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/dim-scripts (2015-12-28)
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  • My Sisters' Place | mindyourmind.ca
    a unique program in London offering practical and emotional support and community services to women who are at risk with a variety of issues such as mental health isolation extreme poverty homelessness substance use violence abuse Objective My Sisters Place is a woman s transitional support centre that supports women who are homeless and or marginalized on their continuum to stability Independence and an enhanced quality of life are achieved

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/my-sisters-place (2015-12-28)
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  • Jessica Allossery | mindyourmind.ca
    hometown Chatham Ontario The song and ringtone can be downloaded by Telus customers for FREE Until June 30 2011 Telus will donate 5 for every download to the Make Children Better Now Children s Foundation a non profit charitable organization dedicated to the betterment of children in communities across Canada started by the Neuts family Questions by mindyourmind volunteer Max Where did the inspiration for your song come from The inspiration came from a gloomy winter s day I was feeling a bit depressed by the cold weather and wanted to cheer myself up I have also felt for a long time that I wanted to do something in the world to make it a better place even the littlest of things whenever I could Finally all my feelings just kind of came out that day in my song You taught yourself how to play guitar by watching YouTube wow Did you ever sing play guitar before making this song I never sang or played guitar before making this song I studied piano for 7 years as a child but I never had lessons of any kind with any other musical instrument or vocals Your song is called Change the World If you could make any changes to the world what would they be If I could make change in the world I would ask for the wars to stop for everyone to be kind to others and share everything they have with everybody so that all the struggle in the world would end I would teach every child in the world with the highest education and teach them to be kind to others and love everyone equally I would get rid of animal abuse and take care of the environment not over consume like everyone does today I would get rid of materialistic things that create separation against men and women body types age and race I would inspire others to share their hopes with everyone they meet and hope that it creates a domino effect that will one day actually make an impact on the world Did you ever think that it would become as big as it has I always knew the song was a powerful song because it came from my heart but I never knew that it would be reaching so many people so soon What are your plans for the future My future plans are to travel the world playing music making documentaries volunteering educating and inspiring others to make a change in their daily lives Who do you like listening to right now Who would you love to do a song with I love so many artists it depends on my mood Bon Iver will always put me in a good place though If I could do a song with Ben Harper Damien Rice Jack Johnson Brett Dennen Coldplay and Mumford and Sons I would be an extremely happy girl Does it feel good to know that so many people have found inspiration

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/jessica-allossery (2015-12-28)
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  • Darren Shan | mindyourmind.ca
    in your books we see these characters going through these great emotional struggles with loss and sometimes their own mortality Do you include these sort of themes because they are universally relatable for your audience Yes On the one hand I m trying to tell exciting thrilling stories with my work But on the other I m using it to meditate on mortality and our role in the universe My books are a way for me and hopefully my fans to explore and deal with all sorts of real life issues We all face low points in our lives and I think fiction can help us prepare for those occasions and deal with them But experiencing emotional lows second hand through fictional characters I think it s easier for us to deal with them in real life when they strike How would you describe your books role or any book for that matter in helping someone trying to get through a tough time I ve had lots of letters and emails from fans over the years saying that the books have helped them get through tough times I don t think it s just about escaping from reality although my books certainly let readers do that and I think that can be a good thing when times are hard But I also think as I said earlier that they help readers prepare In Lord Loss for instance a boy s family is wiped out by demons and the book then explores how he comes to terms with that and builds a new life for himself Now in real life that obviously won t happen but a kid s friend might get killed in a road accident or one of their parents might die unexpectedly of a heart attack or We

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/darren-shan (2015-12-28)
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  • Danny Evans | mindyourmind.ca
    in touch with my own angry feelings for the first time in my life They helped me release a part of myself that had previously been silent so the play on their name is kind of a twisted homage You started off with your blog DadGoneMad How did the book come about I spent seven years writing Dad Gone Mad and it s truly what helped me build an audience Having that site was instrumental in being able to convince my publisher that I was worth the risk The voice of your book has a very humorous and witty feel to it which is an odd thing to read when dealing with such a heavy topic Do you feel as though writing it in a way that will make people grin will make it easier to divulge into the subject of depression The primary audience for the book is men and knowing what I do about guys I happen to be one so I know a lot I knew the only ways a book about depression was going to be attractive to them was if it was funny and if it spoke to them in everyday guy language It s not always pretty or eloquent but it s real Why do you feel as though there is a stigma regarding mental health And what can be done to remove it The stigma is based in people s ignorance of mental illness I don t mean that in a bitter way it s just true People who have had no exposure to mental illness either in their own lives or in the life of someone they know means most of their understanding of it comes from movies books and television That s certainly how I understood it before I experienced it myself I thought mental illness necessarily looked like One Flew Over The Cuckoo s Nest I think the only way that stigma can be combated is for those of us who know better to speak up to identify ourselves as the faces of mental illness and to show the world at large that we re normal people just like them You wouldn t give a second though to telling another person that you suffer from a heart problem or diabetes so why should depression or anxiety be any different What are some things that you do to relax and relieve any sort of stress in your life I love to write I love to watch and play hockey But my favorite sort of stress relief is lazy Sunday mornings watching cartoons with my kids wrestling with them and blaming my farts on the dog Related we don t have a dog When reading through most of the reviews each one took the time to mention that people often see a bit of themselves in your writing in the voice of your book Is that something that you did consciously to make it more relatable Or does it just come about

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/danny-evans (2015-12-28)
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  • Tanya Davis | mindyourmind.ca
    t fitting to the subject matter And it s not about censoring but about being strategic sometime which I choose to do since this is besides a passionate pursuit also my job and I want to sustain it for a long time So for that reason I may not play my song about one night stands if I m doing a high school gig or I may not sing a song about how my thoughts on religion if I m playing at a church social Ha I actually don t play at a lot of any church socials but you know what I mean I plan my set lists accordingly And I think that s okay and I don t feel like I m compromising myself or my integrity to do that But I don t think anything in essence is too personal to share Which do you tend to write first the poetry or the music for your work Mostly I write lyrics first words poems Once in awhile I ll be noodling around on my guitar and I find a melody or chord sequence that I like and then I ll sing nonsense words or la la la until I figure out what that particular melody could represent what that song could be about Which singers and or poets inspire you Will Oldham Ani Difranco Jim Bryson Catherine MacLellan Rose Cousins Jenn Grant Sue Goyette Alden Nolan Shane Koyczan K Naan Ben Gallagher Papber Beat Scissors The black cat on your bed in the How to be Alone video isn t the cat from the track Baby Lion right Which cats have you known and loved Lovely question No that cat is my guy Lou The cat from Baby Lion was Lou s brother Henry He died when he was very young Lou is one of my soul friends I could get real cat cheesy and crazy talking about how much I love cats I could go on and on about Lou Suffice it to say that I love him verrrrry much and I get a lot of joy from him Cats are such great companions I always had cats growing up like Pom Pom the orange one We had him for years Me and my best friend got a cat together once named Bingle which was an Australian term for sudden crash or upset It was a fitting name because sudden crashes and upsets happened a lot with him I have loved a lot of cats strangers on tours cats on the sidewalk who flop over and let me pat them cats cats everywhere In the How To Be Alone video you turn loneliness into something not so lonely and even into something beautiful What would you want to say to someone who is feeling isolated and perhaps not doing so well Isolation is really hard I m fortunate to have family I can call they live in another province but we are still close and good

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/tanya-davis (2015-12-28)
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  • Die Pretty | mindyourmind.ca
    we are on stage and don t take anything for granted Respect your fans and give back to them everything they give to you What inspired you to write the song Medicated Nation Everyone is an addict in their own way Some self destructing and some not Everyone has their own fix they need The song is a story of two characters overcoming their personal struggles and addictions This video is a story about two characters Sarah and Sal play the characters using medication to deal with their addictions They both ultimately fail For most people medication is not enough to tame their addictions How do you find the New York music scene compared to those in other places you ve played New York is a great music scene Especially Brooklyn where we live The only thing now a days is there are SO many bands It s hard to keep track because every week there is someone new putting out cool tunes Dream location to play live Madison Square Garden in Manhattan Would you classify yourself as new school punk rock or old school punk rock We would say we are a combination of Old and New and a mix of Pop Rock How do you deal with the stress of your job and your life lives overall Take one day at a time and deal with only the things that you can control You can t stress about things that you have no influence or control over Best piece of advice for someone going through a hard time Talk to someone The best medicine sometimes is a good friend to rely on What s the most embarrassing thing that s happened to you on stage Sal our guitar player jumped up and was standing on the drums at

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/die-pretty (2015-12-28)
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  • George Chuvalo | mindyourmind.ca
    1990 he was inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame After his boxing career George took various parts in a number of movies including The Fly Prom Night Three The Untouchables and most recently Dirtyworks Today George speaks to students parents and other groups about drugs and how they have impacted his life He lost 3 sons and a wife to suicide as a result of substance abuse His graphic recollection of events and his expressive nature enable him to convey his powerful message The feedback he receives has been positive appreciative and encouraging Being a father to drug addicted sons provides him with the insight and wisdom required to capture any listener His presentations are in demand from coast to coast He de glamorizes drug use by giving examples of what he has witnessed first hand One fact is true addicts always begin with experimentation He also stresses the fact that in the criminal system the majority of crimes are committed as a result of substance abuse In most cases addicts turn into criminal not criminals into addicts Pro record 73 18 2 64 knockouts 1st Canadian Heavyweight Title 1958 KO d James J Parker Notable Opponents Floyd Patterson 1965 Muhammad Ali 1966 for World Heavyweight Title 1972 for NABF Heavyweight Title Joe Frazier 1967 Jerry Quarry 1969 George Foreman 1970 Retired 1979 Bio reposted from FightAgainstDrugs ca unfortunately this website is no longer active In our interview we get to know George Chuvalo as he recollects the highlights of his career as undisputed Canadian boxing champion as well as the biggest losses of his life as a father and husband Today he finds strength love support and hope in his second marriage his family and knowing that he helps other young people through his program Fight Against

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