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    It’s a Matter of Choice

    No one is born weak or strong. We come into the world equally dependant on our parents. But as we get older, being weak or strong becomes a matter of choice, and this depends on how we react to the situations we are faced with in life. In this crisis, there are two kinds of people […]
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    Man Studies 18 Years for Justice

    When things are not going how you expected them to, how do you react? Do you cave in to the seemingly impossible nature of the situation, or do you do everything you can to change it? Do you flee or fight? Ugandan Jordan Kinyera chose the latter when he studied and trained for 18 years […]
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    A 113-year-old woman has already made history!

      As the oldest woman in Spain, she is now setting more records and has officially become the country’s oldest coronavirus survivor. Maria Branyas was born on 4 March 1907 and diagnosed with COVID-19 in April 2020. A spokesman said her battle with the virus started shortly after her family visited on her birthday to celebrate […]
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    Our Heart Beats to Help

    This time of pestilence and pandemic has been devastating for many. In this unpredictable period, we have all had to adjust to a new way of living. For some, this adjustment has taken a toll and the forced change has been a difficult one. But there is hope. In the midst of darkness, the kindness […]
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    The importance of having someone to open your heart to

    24h Helpline: 020 7686 6000 Due to the social isolation during the quarantine period, loneliness has put a huge  psychological pressure on thousands of people. The psychological impact caused by the new coronavirus pandemic has been an “avalanche” in many people’s lives. Whether it is due to the stress caused by the media or the […]
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    Keep calm during the isolation period with these 7 tips

    Many people are anxious and stressed about the possibility of staying at home indefinitely. If this is your case, read the suggestions below: 1. Keep your usual routine Keep doing the things you used to do as much as possible. Wake up at your usual time, follow your morning hygiene routine, get dressed and eat […]
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    The Added Extras

    When it is time for an upgrade or we consider buying a new phone, we assess all of our options until we settle on the one we like. But no one just buys a new phone. Sure, it does what we expect it to – makes calls and sends messages, amongst other things – but […]
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    The Hidden Truth

    Let’s imagine that you have been trying to solve a problem for a long time. You have exhausted every option and taken every route possible, only to be no better off now than when you first started. Years have gone by and you have gotten nowhere. The dark, dead end never looked so menacing. What […]
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    What are you in need of?

    Everyone needs something. We need the daily necessities, such as clothes, food to eat, money to afford essentials, and a place to live for protection and warmth. However, there are needs that are more extensive – like that one opportunity to catapult you into the career you have always dreamed of; peace amongst your family […]
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    Keep calm!

    “Keep calm and stay safe at home” is the message to all across the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the outbreak of Covid-19 as the “worst public health crisis for a generation”. In our sixth week into the lockdown, the situation is changing hourly and in the age of the smartphone, the breaking […]
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