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Elder Abuse Increasing, Without Increased Awareness

“Elder abuse increasing, without increased awareness” by Linda R. Phillips, University of Arizona and Lisa Marie O’Neill, University of Arizona About 16% of older adults are victims of some form of mistreatment and the number of reported cases of elder abuse is steadily increasing. Because of poor record-keeping, however, those of us who study elder … Read More

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How To Keep Any Relationship Healthy

  Healthy Relationship: “How to Keep any Relationship Healthy” By Cucan Pemo With all of the advice out there on how to rebuild your relationship, why not look at tips to keep your already healthy relationship intact? There are plenty of things that you should avoid in order to make your relationship with your wife … Read More

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Is It Adultery If My Spouse Doesn’t Know Who I Am Anymore?

Adultery: “Is it … if my spouse doesn’t know who I am anymore?” by Gillian Leithman, Concordia University In Zoomer magazine’s September 2017 issue, there was an enlightening article written by Rev. Dr Sheila Macgregor addressing contemporary issues that have emerged as a result of what’s become known as the longevity revolution. Advancements in health … Read More

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Time And Money – The Biggest Hurdles To Healthy Eating

“Time and money – the biggest hurdles to healthy eating” by Tiff-Annie Kenny, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa Philippe Couillard, the freshly defeated Quebec premier, made headlines during the election campaign when he suggested a family of three — comprised of one adult and two adolescents — could feed themselves for $75 a week. While Couillard eventually … Read More

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Revolutionary Relationship Tips For 2022

“Relationship” The Miriam-Webster Dictionary defines it in part as, “the way in which two or more people, groups, countries etc., talk to, behave toward and deal with each other.” In our daily lives, we are challenged to keep our ‘relationships’ together.  Why is it so necessary for us to protect what we value? Being in … Read More

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The High Cost of Certainty

  “The High Cost of Certainty” By: Kristyne McDaniel So how can anyone be certain about anything? The answer is simple. You can’t be certain. When you encounter someone that tells you they know the answer to life’s questions, absolutely, for certain — RUN! They’re taking the lazy path. They’re not certain — they have … Read More

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Marianne Williamson And The Religion Of ‘Spirituality’

Marianne Williamson and the religion of ‘spirituality’ by Galen Watts, Queen’s University, Ontario Marianne Williamson recently burst onto the political scene as a somewhat unconventional candidate vying for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in the United States. While she has never garnered more than two per cent in the polls and did not qualify for the … Read More

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Don’t Be A Bystander: Five Steps To Fight Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying: Don’t be a bystander: Five steps to fight it by Nadia Naffi, Concordia University Never in the history of humanity has bullying been so inventive and thus destructive. Cyberbullies exploit this digital age to spread hate. They intentionally and repeatedly use the internet to cause harm, fear or distress to people. Their behaviour includes … Read More

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