About Sue Morton
Sue Morton is a Canadian Mental Health Advocate and Blog Writer who writes on the topics of Parenting with Anxiety, Grief, Addictions and Mental Illness. She facilitates an online Parenting with Anxiety network of over three thousand parents with anxiety, learning to navigate through the parenting years with anxiety tagging along. As a Mental Health Advocate she has worked as an Addictions Counsellor, Crisis Counsellor, and Woman and Children's Advocate. She is the creator of the course Authentic You inspiring others on a journey of self-discovery.
Articles by Sue Morton:
A Midlife Crisis or a Midlife Unraveling?
How Anxious Parents Can Let Go of Guilt
Feeling Scared That You Will Always Feel Depressed and Anxious
Crisis Texting Services as a Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Strategy
Compassion Fatigue: When Counselors and Other Helpers Don’t Make Time for Self-Care
Beyond the Stigma of Parenting with Anxiety
Love, Grief and Gratitude: A Reflection of Loss in the First Year
What if They Find Out?
Two Sides of My Anxious, Depressive Soul