Get Back to Basics

~This week, May 1st-7th 2017 is The Canadian Mental Health Association’s 66th annual Mental Health Week. Through their various initiatives and the hashtag #GETLOUD, the overriding goal is to increase the awareness of mental health throughout Canada. If you are interested in more information or are looking for resources, check out their public toolkit here. ~   Over the last … Continued

About Stephanie Brash

I live in Hamilton, Ontario and have a brilliant, beautiful daughter named Skylar. I am in the unique circumstance of having multiple quasi-diagnoses, and while they do bring about many difficulties, I have an amazing support system and am proud to be able to share my story and struggles with those who can use them!


#Lets(actually)talk: How We Can Do More

Ahh, hashtags. What a revolution they have caused, huh? Since the origin of the #hashtag on social media (likely the brain child of a Limewire Chat Room and the Facebook ‘Like’ Button), everything has changed. The way we find our information, make interpersonal relationships, and experience life has changed, thanks to social media. One of … Continued

About Stephanie Brash

I live in Hamilton, Ontario and have a brilliant, beautiful daughter named Skylar. I am in the unique circumstance of having multiple quasi-diagnoses, and while they do bring about many difficulties, I have an amazing support system and am proud to be able to share my story and struggles with those who can use them!


To Love and Be Loved

  Love will always have its share of ups and downs. Love when you or your partner, family member or friend is struggling with a mental illness is no different, but it may involve different demands. I have suffered from various mental health issues for the majority of my adult life, and so has my … Continued

About Stephanie Brash

I live in Hamilton, Ontario and have a brilliant, beautiful daughter named Skylar. I am in the unique circumstance of having multiple quasi-diagnoses, and while they do bring about many difficulties, I have an amazing support system and am proud to be able to share my story and struggles with those who can use them!