The Self-Destruction of Comparing Yourself to Others

This has been one of my biggest downfalls for years. Comparing myself to others is something, at one point in time, I thought was healthy. Over time, however, I came to realize that it was just the opposite. Heck, it was downright toxic. I've been in therapy for just over 20 years -- something I've... Continue Reading →

Sportswriting During Self-Isolation

I’m sure I can speak for fans everywhere when I say that I miss hockey. While my team may not have had much of a chance to make the playoffs this season, it has certainly been enjoyable watching the club rebuild with exciting youth in their system. Whether in the NHL or in the minor-leagues... Continue Reading →

#BellLetsTalkDay — Versus Depression: My Toughest Fight

This was written for Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 (Jan. 25) for my website, Yet, while much has changed personally and professionally since writing this, much of what I had written then applies today as I continue to battle. Thank you in advance. “It’s so difficult to describe depression to someone who’s never been... Continue Reading →

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