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The Physical & Psychological Toll Of PTSD

The Physical & Psychological Toll Of PTSD

Based on research from the Mood Disorders Society of Canada, anxiety disorders are the most prominent mental illness in the country. In any given year, approximately 9% of Canadian men and 16% of Canadian women are affected. Anxiety disorders can include generalized anxiety disorder, which accounts for just shy of 2% of all anxiety disorders, panic disorder (0.7%), obsessive-compulsive disorder (1.8%), specific phobias (6%-8%), social phobias (6.7%), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The only difference between these is that there is very little data available on...
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Denial Of PTSD Based on Insufficient Medical Evidence

Denial Of PTSD Based on Insufficient Medical Evidence

Jessica was always a creature of habit. A fan of routine, she’d been following the same one every day for the past decade. She’d start her day with a coffee and a lift to work from her husband. She’d sit on the same park bench every lunch, and then walk home when the day was done to get her exercise in. In fact, it was this walk home that was her favourite part of her day as it gave her time to relax and focus on herself.  Then, one day, she was attacked on her evening walk home. Someone had crept out from behind a nearby building, grabbed her, and threatened her...
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Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

As a result of COVID-19, many Canadians are finding themselves either out of work or forced to work from home. And while many Canadians may already work from home, those who are new to the practice may find it difficult to adjust. As such, the Share Lawyers team is here to answer all your questions about how to work from home like a pro while taking care of your mental and physical health.  What are your go-to meditation or mental health apps or websites? While the idea of working from home seems like a dream come true, the reality is that it takes a great deal of...
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Resources for Those Recently Unemployed Due to COVID-19

Resources for Those Recently Unemployed Due to COVID-19

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many changes to how businesses, both big and small, are operating. Many businesses are closing their doors for the safety of their staff and the general public, while others are cutting back on staffing in order to mitigate the spread of the virus. As a result, many Canadians are facing a loss of income that could prove crippling. However, despite these changes, the Canadian government has put in place a series of options available for those who find themselves recently unemployed as a result of the...
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Share is There: How We’re Continuing to Help During COVID-19

Share is There: How We’re Continuing to Help During COVID-19

As we continue to move through the COVID-19 pandemic, we must all do our part to keep each other safe, flatten the curve of the virus, and stop its spread. As such, many businesses are now closed to protect both their staff and their clients or customers. So what does that mean for Share Lawyers? We are sure you may have questions about how COVID-19 is affecting our ability to help our clients, so we have gathered some answers to help ease any concerns you may have.  Do you have reduced hours during COVID-19? While some businesses have opted for reduced hours as a...
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How Share Lawyers is Working Remotely During COVID-19

How Share Lawyers is Working Remotely During COVID-19

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force businesses to close and employees to work from the safety of their homes, Share Lawyers is committed to providing information about how the firm is working remotely to keep cases moving during these uncertain times. Some may be wondering – like they are about most other things in life – how Share Lawyers can continue to function in this environment and with these circumstances. Below are the answers to pressing questions intended to foster ease regarding how your cases are continuing to be managed by the...