Sometimes life seriously just throws you everything you can possibly not handle all at once. And it sucks. It’s one of those times where you think, “Really, life? Because I wasn’t stressed enough?” This, mixed with crazy levels of mental and physical anxiety symptoms, and very low and high-energy days, is my current reality. I’ve … Continued
About Alyssa Frampton
Alyssa Frampton is a public relations student at Humber College, and a mental health and youth advocate. Alyssa works with ACCESS-Youth Mental Health Canada, is the Co-Chair of a national youth advisory the Young Canadians Roundtable on Health, and as a Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada alumni can often be found talking about the importance of removing the stigma around at-risk. As a previously at-risk student who has suffered bouts of depression and manages BPD and anxiety daily, Alyssa is very passionate in working to ensure that other young people feel more supported along their path than she did at the start, and in changing the system to be more inclusive and accessible for all youth. In her free time, she is a serial Netflix watcher, tea drinker, Wonder Woman fanatic and can often be found ranting off about topics from Mental Health – Canadian politics.