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Lifestyle

From faux pas to friendships

(4 minute read) Making friends in a new land means both losing and keeping one’s identity, as Lisa Fraser discovered.

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FamilyLifestyle

First day at school

(3 minute read) Marie McCoy describes the triumph and trauma experienced by parents as children take their first step on the educational ladder.

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Art & CultureHistory

The reluctant admiration of genius

(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst offers a starkly honest review of the exhibition Lucian Freud: Real Lives at the Tate Gallery in Liverpool.

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FamilyLifestyle

Food, faith and family

(4 minute read) Giovanna Eusebi reveals how to value food and make it a priceless bond in relationships.

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LatestThought-provoking

“I think more about what I can do than my limitations”

(5 minute read) Xavi Argemí is a young man who needs 24/7 attention. He can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is.

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FamilySocial IssuesThought-provoking

What’s going on in Hungary: an attack on the LGBT movement or a defence of the family?

(6 minute read) Kristof Eger scrutinises the polarising new legislation which has pitted his country against the European Union.

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FamilyHistory

Can we teach children to be good?

(4 minute read) Maria Patricia Williams examines the many methods teachers have used to encourage positive values in the classroom.

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FamilyLatestThought-provoking

Restored Masculinity: What are men for?

(7 minute read) Restored and refined masculinity is the secret to better interpersonal relationships, according to Nicole Law.

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Art & CultureFamily

The realism of magic and the magic of reality

(6 minute read) Jaqueline Silverio reveals why children’s books are not just for children.

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Art & CultureFamily

Forget zoom, try zoos

(3 minute read) Prakarsh Singh rejoices in a visit to the exotic creatures of Seattle’s animal wonderland.

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