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‘No one has to know I have a mental illness’: ‘No person has to have it’

The author is an advocate for people with mental illness and has written for a number of publications.

In her capacity as an advocacy advocate, she writes columns and tweets about mental health issues.

She was born in Ottawa, Ont., to Canadian parents and moved to Ontario in her teens.

Her parents divorced when she was about 11.

She attended a Toronto Catholic school and earned a degree in history at York University.

She spent time in prison for drug offences, and eventually went to jail for a crime she did not commit.

She received a bachelor’s degree in social work and a master’s degree from the University of Toronto.

In 2008, she married a man who had lived in prison.

She worked as a social worker for several years before moving to Ottawa in 2010 to work at the Mental Health Association of Canada, an organization that supports mental health services.

She is also a member of the Executive Board of the Ottawa Public Health Association, a public health advocacy group.

The couple has a daughter.

The author said she has been a patient of a psychiatrist in Toronto and has received a number, but she was not asked about mental illness or the impact of incarceration on her.

She said she was surprised to hear about the prevalence of mental health problems in the correctional system.

She believes the mental health system needs to be reformed.

“I think it’s time to make the case that mental health is not a punishment, it’s a condition that needs to happen as part of the health system,” she said.

She says the system has been over-policed, but it should be a safety net, not an escape.

“It’s not about being good at jail.

It’s not just about keeping people safe, it is about giving people an opportunity to learn to be healthy and productive citizens.”