Every year, thousands of new immigrants come to Canada. All of them experience challenges while settling into their new life; Some overcome the difficulties quicker and easier, and some experience more long-lasting and heartfelt struggles. Many services are available in Canada to help immigrants get the support they deserve and have a full life. But there is another side of immigration that is often untold or ignored. There are many emotions involved in the process of immigration. An immigrant is like a soldier who has gone to war. Some soldiers are back with PTSD, the same for many immigrants. They can not function as regular versions of themselves again. Canada needs more sharing & listening. Immigrants need space to share their stories, without being judged for the wide range of emotions that all humans naturally have.
logue ™ shares immigrant stories.