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The Loveliness of the Winter Blues

December 17, 2016 Chloe Chow, B.Sc., Psychosocial Consultant The cold wind sends shivers up your spine and puts a heaviness in your heart that wasn’t there before. The days are shorter now, you leave work in the thin shadows of the streetlights, gosh, what time is it, only five, hmmmm. You throw the television on […]

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The Psychology of Slow

Chloe Chow, B.Sc., Psychosocial Consultant October 20, 2016 Do you ever blink and then an entire year of life passes you by? Do you ever feel like you lay your head to rest on Monday night only to open your eyes and realize it’s the following Monday? This phenomenon is said to become more pronounced […]

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A Community of Care

Chloe Chow, B.Sc., Psychosocial Consultant  What does being part of a community mean to you? Does it represent your relation to those who live in close proximity to you?  Does it mean block parties and borrowed sugar? Does it mean familiar faces and communal spaces?   I think that the traditional answer to these questions […]

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