Inside an Addict’s Mind

08/29/2021 Delphine Caubet 0

Can someone ever stop being an addict? Can a former addict limit their drug taking to simply recreational use? After you’ve stopped using, do you spend the rest of your life still craving your drug? By Delphine Caubet I met with Sylvain, a former addict […] See more

Sextortion: Freed from the Shame

08/23/2021 The Social Eyes 0

Sarah (not her real name) is 14. Last year she met a girl her age over the internet. Eventually they exchanged intimate photos. But sadly, her on-line acquaintance was no friend. “She” was a 27-year-old man on the other side of the Atlantic. By Takwa […] See more

Isolation Kills Men

08/22/2021 The Social Eyes 0

There is nothing new under the sun: boys have always learned to repress their emotions in order to live up to gender stereotypes. “A boy never cries. Be strong!” is an example given by journalist Liz Plank in her book For the Love of Men. […] See more

The Perfectionist Woman (Part II)

08/20/2021 The Social Eyes 0

The will to do her best; an obsession with success; a desire to excel in every domain… Our society greatly values the attainment of a perfect life, combining happiness with achievement. Among women, these expectations can be a heavy burden to bear. By Justine Aubry […] See more

Resilience in Adversity

08/16/2021 The Social Eyes 0

Sickness, accidents, mourning: all part of life. How can we confront the storm and learn to live again when these challenges shake our daily life? One young Quebecker, Juliette Décarie, tells her story of fighting against the odds. An inspiring message that may help you […] See more