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The tiny facial cues that can tip you off

The tiny facial cues that can tip you off

Picking up the early cues gives you more time to take action, change what you’re doing or prepare for what’s coming next

Offering care the most natural of gifts

And caring for a sick loved one could be their last and greatest gift to you

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Why cultural appropriation is a good thing

It’s difficult to point to an attribute in any culture that hasn’t been copied from another culture. Sharing cultural properties is how humanity advances

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The pitfalls of policing what people say and think

To argue that writers may not write from the perspective of another culture limits the broader culture’s imagination and understanding

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Tying up the loose ends of life

The first anniversary of legal doctor-assisted suicide muddies the discussion-of-death waters. Preparing for death needs to focus on the completion of living

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The rise of the disaffected white working class

The white working poor are traumatized by the loss of jobs, loss of control and the loss of how things used to be

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Does government really reflect the soul of its people? Is it okay to take credit for the work of others and refuse responsibility for our own mistakes?

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How we deal with conflict is all a matter of perspective

When you change the context in which a behaviour occurs, the behaviour itself is transformed

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VERNON, B.C., May 4, 2017 /Troy Media/ – How we deal with objections and problems is often just a matter of how we frame those problems. Our ability to quickly thin slice information can keep us alive by allowing our minds to make rapid assessments. But although this ability to spot patterns unconsciously has evolved […]

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