A Message from Jason

Hi there!

I’m Jason and I live in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. It’s perhaps one of the most spectacular places to live in the entire world. I’m surrounded by mountains, beautiful people, plenty of greenery and lots of water! I’ve traveled all over the world including parts of Denmark, Rotterdam, Paris, London, all over the US, Hong Kong, Singapore and many other wonderful places but Vancouver is home to me.

I created Solace to find a way to reach out to all the people in the world who sometimes might be having some personal challenges at home or at work, with their boyfriends or girlfriends or maybe with their kids. We all have struggles from time to time, and I’ll be sharing some stories about me with you! Read my first blog to get a clearer picture of how this all started.

Change is inevitable and necessary, yet can be incredibly scary and daunting. I found out the hard way that without change, it makes things a lot harder to learn and grow. I am an adult survivor of child abuse and bullying and have been in relationships before where I found myself terribly unhealthy from a mental state, battling depression, anger and anxiety. Finding professional support and getting a clearer self-understanding became starting points for a healthier life. All this became part of my inspiration for creating Solace along with my passion to write.

I’m really excited about Solace and what my experiences can do to help others who are finding that life is sometimes too complicated and busy inside.

I am also the author of the book, “Living with the Dragon, healing 15 000 days of abuse and shame which is available online. It’s a book that talks about my struggles with abuse and anger and how I managed to reshape and empower myself towards a more fulfilling life. I look forward to sharing that with you!

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you have questions or comments please feel free to drop me a note by Contacting Me.

So grab a beverage of your choice, pull up a chair and happy reading!





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