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Anxiety is acknowledged to be bad for our mental health, which is why in uncertain times like these we need to remain aware of our mental well-being and take extra care with ourselves, friends and family.
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Have you been left with a sexually transmitted debt after a break-up?
After 4-6 years of study the saddest statistic for health care professionals is that the average number of clients they may see in a week is somewhere between 30 and 40. It’s no wonder so many have to stack the shelves of a health food store to make ends meet. And when your title is Dr and you have a deferred university HECS bill that may chase you to your grave it’s demoralising too. What is the crisis in healthcare? How can we resolve it?
At the wedding of a young migrant couple in the 1960’s the best man delivered an unexpected gift. This gift was readily accepted, and yet the consequences created a trap. In this article find out what the career wrecker moment was and the ultimate outcome as it played out decades later.
What would you think if the woman on the other side of your partition or maybe in the office next door was, next month, about to take10 weeks off . not to swan around Europe with her husband, nor to spend time with the new grandson, but . to climb a mountain - alright not just any mountain - let's be specific . I am talking about Mount Everest - yes the mountain that claims one life for every 15 who try to climb it. A cold hard fact that just sends chills up your spine.
It was a sunny afternoon, not a cloud in the sky. The mood was light and the air hazy with the luscious smell of plane fuel. I was at Perth airport (again) lining up (again) to board the plane to Brisbane when something happened. Damn plane was delayed and all my delicious thoughts dissipated in a flurry.
I've been sitting in planes on tarmacs a lot lately. It's the weather - storm delays, sometimes of up to more than an hour. It makes it so hard to manage schedules. I know it's no-one's fault, it's just extraneous circumstances but I feel I've lost control.
My very cluey brother said to me: when your heart's no longer in it, it's time to kiss it goodbye. That may be true. But to achieve that goodbye kiss, be it in a relationship, changing jobs, moving house, retirement, death, you need financial independence.
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