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Karine Hains
Montreal Canadiens
Location: Lévis, QC
Joined: 10.27.2018

Sep 19 @ 4:26 PM ET
Karine Hains: All About Health For a third season in a row, the NHL activities will be affected by Covid-19. The league and the players’ association have agreed to strict guidelines and protocols which may be an issue for one Habs prospect.
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 4:39 PM ET
good read
https://www.lapresse.ca/s...-mourir-par-en-dedans.php

- fidopro



interesting indeed. things have evolved but not that much, too many people still aren't able to understand the concept of mental health and what it implies. then again, if you look at all the disinformation and misconceptions about the vaccine for example, I guess it isn't that surprising that we're evolving at such a slow pace.
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 4:43 PM ET
Karine
Hains: All About Health

For a third season in a row, the NHL activities will be affected by Covid-19. The league and the players’ association have agreed to strict guidelines and protocols which may be an issue for one Habs prospect.

- Karine Hains


RDS had announced a big interview by Chantal Machabée with Jonathan Drouin for Monday the 20th at 7:30 PM, since then, they’ve pulled the adverts about it, and it doesn’t appear in their schedule either, but Harvey-Pinard’s article seems to say that it’s still going ahead.



thanks for the blog Karine. what article exactly are you referring to?




edit: nevermind, I just realized I actually quoted the article in this thread (I thought for a second there it was Rafael Harvey-Pinard lol)
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 4:46 PM ET
interesting indeed. things have evolved but not that much, too many people still aren't able to understand the concept of mental health and what it implies. then again, if you look at all the disinformation and misconceptions about the vaccine for example, I guess it isn't that surprising that we're evolving at such a slow pace.
- Pat1993

I'd say the issues are different. But both can be rooted in lack of knowledge, cultural + personal beliefs
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 4:50 PM ET
I'd say the issues are different. But both can be rooted in lack of knowledge, cultural + personal beliefs
- mr.peanut


oh for sure, I wasn't really trying to compare them, just pointing out that it's easy to be misguided or to only look for information that simply confirms the opinions and ideas you already had.
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 4:59 PM ET
oh for sure, I wasn't really trying to compare them, just pointing out that it's easy to be misguided or to only look for information that simply confirms the opinions and ideas you already had.
- Pat1993

Probably, but how they're treated by the old (frank)s in government are different.

These boomers actually think you need to be crying 24/7 to be condidered depressed. Not to mention the ones who say mental illness isn't real because you can't pin point it on an xray or rest it for 2 weeks along with rubbing a535 on it
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:07 PM ET
Probably, but how they're treated by the old (frank)s in government are different.

These boomers actually think you need to be crying 24/7 to be condidered depressed. Not to mention the ones who say mental illness isn't real because you can't pin point it on an xray or rest it for 2 weeks along with rubbing a535 on it

- mr.peanut



they are completely different issues, so of course the way they're perceived and dealt with will be different as well.

that's a good point though on mental illness, since it's basically intangible it will often be frowned upon or scoffed at in a society constantly driven by performance and results.
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:18 PM ET
they are completely different issues, so of course the way they're perceived and dealt with will be different as well.

that's a good point though on mental illness, since it's basically intangible it will often be frowned upon or scoffed at in a society constantly driven by performance and results.

- Pat1993

Well, ya. But our boomer rubes never cared about the suicides and mh related ods
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:21 PM ET
re: ylonen

He's made his decisions (has his reasons) and now has to deal with the league's rules and consequences.
Gramps28
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Really, STFU. Posting stats isn't me being violent, IL
Joined: 07.09.2014

Sep 19 @ 5:28 PM ET
Probably, but how they're treated by the old (frank)s in government are different.

These boomers actually think you need to be crying 24/7 to be condidered depressed. Not to mention the ones who say mental illness isn't real because you can't pin point it on an xray or rest it for 2 weeks along with rubbing a535 on it

- mr.peanut

noomers know mental health is a real issue. for the most part. or at least the younger end of boomers.

the front end is still pick yourself up by your bootstraps kind
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:29 PM ET
re: ylonen

He's made his decisions (has his reasons) and now has to deal with the league's rules and consequences.

- mr.peanut


his "reasons" must be pretty (frank)ing strong for him to not play hockey and miss out on a potential opportunity for his career and development. I always try to respect any point of view that is different from mine but in this case I just don't get it.
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:31 PM ET
noomers know mental health is a real issue. for the most part. or at least the younger end of boomers.

the front end is still pick yourself up by your bootstraps kind

- Gramps28

whatever old head
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:33 PM ET
his "reasons" must be pretty (frank)ing strong for him to not play hockey and miss out on a potential opportunity for his career and development. I always try to respect any point of view that is different from mine but in this case I just don't get it.
- Pat1993

i'd wait to hear it first before judging.

But i'm a really good person like that
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:39 PM ET
whatever old head
- mr.peanut


Gramps28
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Really, STFU. Posting stats isn't me being violent, IL
Joined: 07.09.2014

Sep 19 @ 5:40 PM ET

- Pat1993

weak
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:40 PM ET
i'd wait to hear it first before judging.

But i'm a really good person like that

- mr.peanut



I have yet to hear a good reason to categorically refuse the vaccine, unless you have a medical condition that makes it risky to take it.
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:42 PM ET
weak
- Gramps28


it dates from a while back, but I still like it
Gramps28
Chicago Blackhawks
Location: Really, STFU. Posting stats isn't me being violent, IL
Joined: 07.09.2014

Sep 19 @ 5:42 PM ET
I have yet to hear a good reason to categorically refuse the vaccine, unless you have a medical condition that makes it risky to take it.
- Pat1993

andddd here comes deadpoulet with a multitude of reasons
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:45 PM ET
I have yet to hear a good reason to categorically refuse the vaccine, unless you have a medical condition that makes it risky to take it.
- Pat1993

Because you're not a good listener
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 5:46 PM ET
andddd here comes deadpoulet with a multitude of reasons
- Gramps28

I, a good person, respect his reasons and personal choice
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:48 PM ET
andddd here comes deadpoulet with a multitude of reasons
- Gramps28


I wouldn't mind hearing about actual good reasons, that are based on reality.
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 5:49 PM ET
Because you're not a good listener
- mr.peanut



just really fed up with the bullpoop lol
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 7:10 PM ET
i'm fed up of your butt filling
- mr.peanut



stop trying to pretend that you do not appreciate my butt filling capabilities.
mr.peanut
Location: Fan of hockey, QC
Joined: 12.18.2011

Sep 19 @ 7:15 PM ET
stop trying to pretend that you do not appreciate my butt filling capabilities.
- Pat1993

it's more than appreciation
Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: disguise delimit, QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Sep 19 @ 7:19 PM ET
it's more than appreciation
- mr.peanut


oh, well this isn't getting scary at all...
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