It's a typical day, you're young, naïve ... And then your dad tells you you're mom is sick. I already knew something was different; for quite some time I had noticed her weight gain and the instability in her moods. I was still too young to understand mental illness, and so little talk about it among society left my family with very few resources to cope with the disease and the stigma it carries.Read More
I’ve been living with Crohn’s disease for so long, and was diagnosed at such a young age that I don’t remember a time where I could walk into a public washroom, see all stalls in use, and not go into a minor panic attack worrying about it being the day where I instinctively “create” a new washroom in the garbage can...Read More
‘I’m here for you, I understand you, and I’m so thankful we’re sharing this moment together’Read More
The very fact that you are reading this means at some point in time two horney people got together had coitus (god, I love that word… Coitus) and a short while later, you popped out.
On the coffee table in the centre of the room lay Microphone's and an empty bottle of champagne with pink lipstick coating the mouth of the bottle. Trust us, It's not what you think...Read More
Sickboy Podcast has changed my life...Read More
Hey, my name is Emily O’Brien and I have experienced episodes of psychosis. Now, you may be thinking “WOAH RED ALERT THIS CHICK’S PSYCHOTIC!!”Read More
hi. my name is finn. i'm two.Read More
My name is Stefan Strecko, and I’m a 23-year-old student, graduating Dalhousie this year. Although to the untrained eye I look like your embarrassingly short, louder than average guy, I swear it’s much different.Read More
My name is Janice MacKay. I have bargain basement eyes. Sometime I wonder if I bought them off a sale table, in a box labeled "Caution. Contents may explode under pressure".
This week on Sickboy we sit down and talk to Nadine MacLellan about her experience living with Bipolar II. Betchya didn't know Bipolar had a sequel!Read More
Type 1 Diabetes IS like life. You have your highs and you have your lows- you deal with both and try to make sure you have more good habits than bad.Read More
So the other day Brian, Taylor and I were chatting with a friend of ours and she came up with this brilliant idea. Ready for it? I don't think you are.Read More
“Haha, you’ve probably got a brain tumour!”Read More
Do you have a friend, or maybe a relative or family member living with a disease or illness? Have you ever found yourself grasping for the right words when discussing the topic of mortality? Today, I’m here to talk to you about how to talk to them. Actually, the answer might be more simple than you might think…Read More