Resources

Resources from our past episodes

Mental Health Resources

Helplines/Websites:

Books:

Feeling Better: A Field Guide to Liking Yourself. Practices, habits and tools to learn how to actually like yourself. By Andrea Loewen

Articles:

By Peggy Liu:
Mind Your Mind: A recipe for self care
Mind Your Mind: Self-care doesn’t have to mean Netflix alone
Some Days You Are In Pain, And That’s OK

Money

Websites:

www.tracytheemes.com
 www.sophiafinancial.ca

Books:

The Financially Empowered Woman by Tracy Theemes

Podcast:

My Financial Life – Alumni UBC Podcasts

 

Post-Abortion Support

Websites & Helplines:

OptionLine – After Abortion Support – they also have a helpline: 1-800-712-HELP and you can use their search function to find centres in your area. 

AfterAbortion.org – they have a list of healing programs and articles.

National helpline for abortion recovery, toll-free: 1-866-482-5433

Post-abortion workbooks:

A Season to Heal: Help and Hope for Those Working Through Post-Abortion Stress by Luci Freed and Penny Yvonne Salazar-Phillips

Living in Color: The Goal of Post-Abortion Recovery by Jenny McDermid

Pregnancy & Parenting

Websites:

thebump.com

Podcasts:

 The Birth Hour by Bryn Huntpalmer

Past Episodes

Episode 29 – Entrepreneurship & Mental Health

In this episode we talk to Jason Van Orden. Jason is a successful entrepreneur who openly talks about his struggles with ADHD & anxiety. Jason speaks to how these mental health disorders affect his business and the tools that he uses to cope.
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Episode 28 – Igniting Your Sensuality

In this episode we chat with Lisa & Paula from TrufElle about igniting your sensuality. TrufElle is a movement that provides the tools through chocolates, resources, net-works connections and events to facilitate the awakening of your inner desires and sexuality.
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Episode 27 – The Millennial Career Struggle

In this episode we chat to four millennials who currently struggle or who have struggled with their career. Millennials get a bad rap for not settling in one career or trying to do too many things at once. Is it a millennial thing? Are we just indecisive? Do we just have FOMO? Or do we just take on too much because have one steady job is no longer realistic? 
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