What To Do With A Woman Who Has Commitment Phobia

  “What to do with a woman who has commitment phobia” By Cucan Pemo A woman with commitment phobia always feels insecure and vulnerable when it comes to marriage. She wants to postpone the decision; is often confused and does not know how to get out of the relationship. Unlike men, women with commitment phobia don’t … Read More

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Nigeria’s Efforts To Help Victims Of Trafficking Are Failing

“Nigeria’s efforts to help victims of trafficking are failing. We found out why” by Uwafiokun Idemudia, York University, Canada Most countries have anti-trafficking laws, policies and programmes to prevent human trafficking. There are also international treaties to address the problem. Yet it’s still thriving. Human trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, harbouring and control of a person … Read More

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Five Rules From Psychology To Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

“Five rules from psychology to help keep your new year’s resolutions” by Brian Harman, De Montfort University and Janine Bosak, Dublin City University We are creatures of habit. Between a third and half of our behaviour is habitual, according to research estimates. Unfortunately, our bad habits compromise our health, wealth and happiness.   On average, it … Read More

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Prayer Apps Are Flooding The Market, But Do They Work?

“Prayer apps are flooding the market, but how well do they work?” by Dorian Llywelyn, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Hallow, a Catholic prayer and meditation app that claims over a million downloads, has raised over US$52 million in investments. Prayer apps are not new. Silicon Valley startups popularized mindfulness and meditation … Read More

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Addictions In Relationships: Addiction To Alcohol

“Addictions In Relationships: Addiction to Alcohol” By Cucan Pemo There is no relationship that can breed more frustration and unhappiness than a relationship where one of the partners is an alcoholic. Such a relationship will be marked by constant arguments, financial turmoil, emotional blackmail and even physical abuse. It is a relationship where one partner … Read More

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Why Some Workers Are Opting To Live In Their Vans

“Why some workers are opting to live in their vans” by Scott B. Rankin, Thompson Rivers University and Angus J Duff, Thompson Rivers University A growing number of people are redefining what “home” looks like. For many of them, it looks like a van. The trend to #vanlife is fuelled by the declining affordability of homes, … Read More

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Laughter – The Best Medicine

Laughter was the furthest thing from my lips that day back in 2014. Here is the story. “Today was full of it. Travelling to work this morning, much earlier than my usual hour for a Wednesday, it struck me. Twelve years ago when we moved to Edmonton, Alberta, we lived in the neighbourhood I had … Read More

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The Dark Side Of Social Media Influencing

“The dark side of social media influencing” by Samira Farivar, Carleton University; Fang Wang, Wilfrid Laurier University, and Ofir Turel, The University of Melbourne Do you follow influencers on social media? Do you always check their posts? Do you find you’re spending too much time or becoming obsessed with checking influencers’ accounts? And when you can’t … Read More

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