I’m standing in a hospital hallway. My middle-aged son, Bobby, speaks in a cheerful voice with an undertone of stress to a nurse who shakes my hand and introduces herself as Barbara.
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In October of 2016, I wrote an article detailing sleep paralysis, the terrifying phenomenon where one “wakes up” within a dream, unaware that they are still dreaming, with the inability to move.
In that article, I briefly mentioned a separate phenomenon of dreaming called false awakenings. For those of you who have never experienced it, here is a look into what false awakenings consist of, and my experiences dealing with them.
The irrational fear of Muslims, otherwise known as Islamophobia, might have a comedic cure. Becky Choma has spent years researching prejudice and discrimination. The Ryerson psychology professor recently turned her…
The Young Ones, a non-profit organization launched by a Ryerson grad, recently started an online support group to make it easier to communicate.
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Addicted to love: the intoxicating nature of toxic relationships
Marina Monahar is lovesick – and sick of it. Monahar studies communications and multimedia at McMaster University. On top of the stress that comes with having a double major, she’s…