Think of this section of ourhealthyminds.com as a corner in your neighbourhood.
Here you will meet writers and other artists who share their experiences living with mental illness, caring for a loved one, or who are exploring wellness - mind, body and spirit. You may discover shared experiences or learn something new. You may even be inspired to begin writing or painting.
Send in your poems or stories or artwork and we will feature them on our website. We will respect your privacy if you wish or include your name if you would prefer.
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Sheila Morrison shares her discovery of how a simple project helped her help her daughter.
Anna Quon says it’s not surprising that creativity is everywhere. Creativity, according to Wikipedia, is about generating new ideas and new associations between old ideas. So, wherever there are ideas, creativity may be lurking, waiting to happen.
Sheila Morrison profiles a unique art gallery that celebrates the creativity of individuals living with mental illness.
Keeping a journal can be a great way to relieve stress, celebrate success, identify goals, and savour treasured memories. Professional writer Sandra Phinney offers tips for getting started and continuing to write.
An original work of fiction by Anna Quon.
Anna Quon describes how a writing group is also about laughter, healing and reconnecting.
Debi writes about rediscovering the joy of childhood crafts.
Debi Noye offers suggestions for getting started with crafts at any age.