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Jan 26, 2023 @ 6:30 pm

What’s Making Us So Angry?

It may be an article shared on Facebook, a meme you see on Twitter, or the comment section under a news story. Somewhere, at some point in time, all of us who spend time online have seen something...

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It may be an article shared on Facebook, a meme you see on Twitter, or the comment section under a news story. Somewhere, at some point in time, all of us who spend time online have seen something...

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Jan 02, 2023 @ 2:30 am

Hanging In There: The Psychological Impact of Chronic Illness

No one likes to be sick. Colds, flus, injuries, and other seasonal illnesses are a physical and mental drag. When we’re under the weather, getting through the day is a psychological challenge. All...

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No one likes to be sick. Colds, flus, injuries, and other seasonal illnesses are a physical and mental drag. When we’re under the weather, getting through the day is a psychological challenge. All...

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Dec 24, 2022 @ 7:00 am

Stille Nacht, Heilege Nacht

I grew up on a farm just outside Niverville. The days on the farm were long and sweet and my life was secure and pleasant. But I spent a lot of the year waiting for the most exciting day of...

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I grew up on a farm just outside Niverville. The days on the farm were long and sweet and my life was secure and pleasant. But I spent a lot of the year waiting for the most exciting day of...

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Nov 25, 2022 @ 2:30 am

Recovering from Religious Trauma

Religion is an important part of the lives of many Canadians. Historically, a majority of Canadians have identified as Christian of one variety or another. Religions hold a complex, multifaceted...

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Religion is an important part of the lives of many Canadians. Historically, a majority of Canadians have identified as Christian of one variety or another. Religions hold a complex, multifaceted...

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Oct 21, 2022 @ 1:00 am

Food for Thought: How Our Diets Affect the Brain

How many of us, in times of stress, will reach for something to eat—for snacks, for drinks, maybe for something sweet? We might not even think about doing it. Instead we find ourselves...

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How many of us, in times of stress, will reach for something to eat—for snacks, for drinks, maybe for something sweet? We might not even think about doing it. Instead we find ourselves...

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Sep 27, 2022 @ 6:00 am

ADHD: Living with It, and Parenting It Better

Social media is the land of unsolicited advice. Post about your new dog and you’ll have three friends provide three brands of dog food that are each supposed to be the best. Share news about your...

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Social media is the land of unsolicited advice. Post about your new dog and you’ll have three friends provide three brands of dog food that are each supposed to be the best. Share news about your...

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Aug 30, 2022 @ 1:00 am

Us vs. Them: How We Create Ingroups (and Outgroups)

We’ve all felt it—we’re out in public, minding our own business, when suddenly we come face to face with one of Them. Instantly our heartrate speeds up, we get a flood of adrenaline, and...

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We’ve all felt it—we’re out in public, minding our own business, when suddenly we come face to face with one of Them. Instantly our heartrate speeds up, we get a flood of adrenaline, and...

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Jul 29, 2022 @ 1:00 am

Signs of Grooming in Your Child or Teen

Content warning: physical and sexual abuse, grooming, victimization, and trauma. Readers who were around in the 1960s, or who were parented by folks who were growing up in the 60s, may be...

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Content warning: physical and sexual abuse, grooming, victimization, and trauma. Readers who were around in the 1960s, or who were parented by folks who were growing up in the 60s, may be...

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