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A Midsummer MADx – Sat 8th June, 2019


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Boxing Kitty…


Boxing Kitty says…

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How some humans listen…


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Hearing Voices Cafe – Calgary


Hearing Voices Cafe comes to Calgary ! Friday 4th May 2018 6pm Hosted by Psych Survivor YYC At: Weeds Café 1903 20 Ave NW     Big thanks to Psych Survivor YYC working with us and also opportunity to attend … Continue reading

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It’s weird, but…


It’s weird, but I guess we passed weird a long fucking time ago…
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Hearing Voices Fall 2017 Toronto, Ajax, Oshawa, Whitby


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What we need to talk about is…


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Derek Walcott


Sit. Feast on your life. Continue reading

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When the only logical response is…


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If anything I’ve learned that it’s not a permanent condition, things do get better


“Psychiatry is a sham but I find myself using their language because that’s the common language. I think I’ll stop that. I think it’s the human condition. We get hungry, angry, lonely, tired, sad, scared, and overwhelmed and it colours … Continue reading

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