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“Now is the time for change – You deserve this time. Someone cares about you! Feelings are just visitors. Let them come and go. Even if you have an incredibly long to-do list, take a few minutes in the day to reconnect with yourself.”
“Remember you are not alone. Be a shoulder to lean on, an ear that listens or a hug that offers love and support. The world is a better place when we are here for each other.”
“We will no longer feel ashamed of our depression, anxiety, OCD, postpartum, bi-polar and many other mental disorders that several of us Canadians face but are too scared to come forward because of the fear of being ridiculed.”
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Nigel is an integrated yoga movement and lifestyle enthusiast, and mental health advocate. Through his work in the wellness industry, he helps bring a sense of calm and balance, both emotionally and physically. Nigel Instagram: @officialnigelwalker
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