I’d like to thank you once again for sharing your experiences with me. You helped me champion this important issue, and I’m so deeply grateful you took the time to share your thoughts with me. I truly believe there is no health without metal health, and I look forward to seeing how our system improvements will help create opportunity for the youth of today and tomorrow.
Thank you for taking the time to send your email regarding mental health supports in Ontario. I appreciate your willingness to share your personal story, and I commend you for the leadership you have demonstrated through the launch of your advocacy website.
We would like to say a heartfelt “thank you” for your support, on behalf of our Board and the team at Partners for Mental Health. There is still much work to be done, so we hope you will continue taking action to drive change in the way mental health is talked about and supported in this country. It is your actions that will help create a new state of mind in Canada.
Thank you for the great work that you do in support of mental health and people with mental health problems or illnesses.
Thanks for your message, and for sharing your story.
Your website will certainly help dispel some of the myths and misinformation around mental illness.
Hi Anita, thank you for your message. I visited your website looks really informative and like it’s filled with great information and stories. I particularly liked the article on PSR factor’s affecting workplace environment.
I can certainly sympathize with your situation personally – it sounds like I could relate. Good luck with the site, your doing very important work. I am sure you make a lot of people feel less alone.
Thanks for reaching out. I very much admire what you have taken on to help others. I took a quick peek at the site, and I could definitely contribute something.
About 8 years ago, I released a book about my recovery from panic disorder, and am currently a volunteer speaker with an award-winning community group here in Durham Region called TAMI (Talking About Mental Illness).
Hope you’re taking good care of yourself while being such a wonderful support 🙂
Your website is great. I like that you’re focusing on personal stories – that’s what families need, and are rare to find.
There is such a misunderstanding when it comes to OCD as well. It’s so hard to get it across in a way people can relate to. I applaud you so much for doing what you can and more to better the lives of those you love, and bringing knowledge where there isn’t much.
Love this site, amazing job you’re doing Anita! I love that you are not the one who suffers, but you’re doing it because of people you love who are suffering. So amazing. The world needs you. I’d love to write for your site.
Thank you very much for your interest in the Canadian Mental Health Association and the work you have done to further mental health awareness.
I think your website is fantastic and I look forward to reading about all the stories from people with the different types of disorders. The immediate kinship you feel with others who have dealt with mental health issues is quite an experience.
It’s those little things you understand that makes the difference.
It looks like you do some fantastic work! It is wonderful that you are sharing your extensive research and knowledge with others! I am honored to have you as part of our campaign!
Tremendous mental health advocacy here by Mental Illness – Do You Know and associates; bravo!
You are doing important work to help many with their recovery!