Depression and mental illness must be acknowledged. Just because it cannot be seen doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. It’s real and its killing people. We as a nation must engage in conversation; as Matt says, it took him more than a decade to be able to talk openly about his experience. But when he did, the benefits were immense.
The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim is a testament to the contradicting double standards that young girls and women face on a daily basis. As an amazing bonus, 50% proceeds from this book goes to serve Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation adolescent girl campaign.
Each platform has a dynamic volunteer community that supports and advocates for its status as the “best” platform online and, in some cities, in real life, resources abound.
First Nation people have to continue the perilous fight for their rightful voice. Seek spaces in which voices of those who are oppressed or underrepresented are valued, heard, and made aware.
Caveats, confidence, diversity, apps, and friendship aside, an Immersive value can only be determined by you. The program’s goals don’t have to match your own to make it worthwhile. It won’t be easy, even classmates with a computer science background eventually felt the pain, but it will broaden your horizons and make you confident in the subject matter.
We familiarized ourselves with Old Kuching and the diversity that its different cultures and histories have contributed to the city.
It’s how you act on assumptions that makes all the difference. Like other bleeding heart liberals, I’m hoping that society in general will continue to become more tolerant and accepting of people’s differences.