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The Hidden Cost of Being an Introvert

The Hidden Cost of Being an Introvert

Some people recommend talking with strangers as a way to boost self-esteem. What about talking to people a bit closer? They matter.…

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The Truth About Smartphone Addiction

The Truth About Smartphone Addiction

We all have vices but if you believe you're addicted to the smartphone, think again.…

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Doctor Who and the Fragility of Life

Doctor Who and the Fragility of Life

Writers and producers adhering to political incorrectness have ruined the Doctor Who franchise. But as many denounce the media's embracement of gender identity bias, which alienates the original fan-base, more pressing matters keep things in context.…

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Day Dreams for a Lost Baby Brother

Day Dreams for a Lost Baby Brother

I am an advocate for living in the present moment. But sometimes I wonder what it would have been like to know my brother.…

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Thank God It’s Not Just Me

Thank God It’s Not Just Me

Can Dr Wayne Dyer’s book, Your Erroneous Zones, help beat negative thinking?…

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He Misses Her

He Misses Her

I passed Bertie again today when out on a run. An elderly man, who drives to his wife's grave every day.…

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Missing Dad

Missing Dad

I can't believe it has been ten years since I lost my Dad to cancer. The disease came into our lives suddenly, and there are many little things I wish I could change.…

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Run for Your Life

Run for Your Life

I run slowly because any time I up my pace an injury eventually puts me off the road. But I love it. Dark and lonely nights or sunny afternoons, it doesn't matter. I run for my life.…

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