It’s not an easy thing to admit, but I often resonate with the kinds of people we label as bullies. When I’m angry, I lash out at people, and when I lash out at people, I am very good at hurting them. I once had someone very close to me tell me that I was being a bully – and he was right.
At the Duke of Ed, you matter
Mental illness has touched everyone. It encompasses all areas of our lives – social, physical and emotional. In Canada, suicide is among the leading causes of death in 15-24 year olds, second only to accidents; 4,000 people die prematurely each year by suicide. 3. You’re constantly challenging yourself 4. You are a part of something greater than yourself 5. You are not alone
Today on International Volunteer Day, we celebrate globally the contributions that volunteers make that better society every day of the year. Our Duke of Ed participants are no strangers to community service – it is a requirement of earning the Award after all. That is why we thought today would be the perfect day to share our list of top 5 ways you can volunteer over the Holidays. Whether it’s to complete your Award section, or just because you are feeling particularly giving this season, here are a few ways that you can channel that holiday giving spirit.