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Finding solace: sunset on friendships.

Friendship endings can be heartbreaking, as the basis for any love relationship is companionship. Making new friends has been a constant theme throughout my life, mainly due to not always being assertive, self-confident and comfortable in my skin. Moving on from friendships made at school can have a profound impact on the mental health of a young adult. I discovered the hard way when many of my school friends were not on my team, yet I continued to spend time ...
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DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY: CAPTURING REALITY IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Documentary photography is a genre aimed at capturing reality through images. In this medium, photographers tell stories and objectively document events, people, and places. Join us while we explore the importance of documentary photography, its origin, key figures from the 19th and 20th centuries, and the challenges and opportunities in the digital world.
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 Mindful Parenthood: Navigating Parеnthood with Gracе and Mеntal Rеsiliеncе 

Stеpping into parеnthood is akin to еmbarking on an еxhilarating yеt dеmanding еxpеdition. Whilе thе journеy is fillеd with lovе and dеlightful discovеriеs; it also brings forth a sеt of novеl challеngеs that could bе mеntally taxing. 
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The One Where We Lost A Friend: Goodbye, Matthew Perry

As the year comes to an end, we remember those we have lost. One of the perhaps most sudden and shocking deaths of a star this year was Matthew Perry’s. So sudden that some of us found ourselves crying in front of the TV that Sunday morning, and it felt so deeply personal as if we had lost an old friend.
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Navigating the controversial waters of friends: unpacking episodes that stirred ...

Explore the tumultuous legacy of Friends as we delve into episodes criticized for transphobia, homophobia, and violence. Discover how evolving perspectives and open dialogue reshape our understanding, allowing new generations to engage critically with the series.
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The evolution of domestic workers: from history to empowerment

In examining the historical narrative of domestic work, it becomes evident that the role of housemaids, housekeepers, and domestic workers has undergone significant transformations over time. From an often-overlooked segment of the workforce to a domain where empowerment and recognition are gaining ground, the journey has been both intricate and impactful.
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Celebrating Actors with Down Syndrome in Mainstream Media

James Martin, Tommy Jessop, Chris Burke and Sarah Gordy and Why They Deserve Recognition and Respect If you’ve been watching TV shows such as “The Irish Goodbye”, “Line of Duty” and “The A Word” spin-off, “Ralph and Katie”, then you will no doubt have seen that fresh new talent has gradually been making its presence seen, heard and felt across the nation. I, for one, couldn’t be any happier for them. Yes, I am talking about actors who live with ...
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Hallowееn Countdown Bеgins: Spooky Treasures Await

As thе autumn lеavеs bеgin to fall and thе nights draw in, thеrе’s an unmistakablе chill in thе air. Yеs, dеar rеadеrs, thе countdown to Hallowееn has officially bеgun. This anciеnt fеstival, with its roots in thе Cеltic tradition of Samhain (Sau-ihn), has еvolvеd ovеr thе cеnturiеs into a global cеlеbration of all things spooky and supеrnatural. But what is it about Hallowееn that capturеs our collеctivе imagination? Lеt’s dеlvе into thе ееriе allurе of this haunting holiday.
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The Art of Travelling Alone 

Travelling alone does not mean nobody is with you. In fact, being alone does not mean you are free to move. To truly be alone in your wanders in foreign lands, you must be ready to be alone in your thoughts. The sixth of June marked the end of my employment at a social media company. It became hard to tolerate the new tech environment, and I felt I had to find myself again. For a person to find themselves, ...
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Back to Pink: We [should] Wear Pink 24/7

The pink-blue gender clothing existed before the 20th century. Red was a relevant colour for male political leaders, associated with power, determination, and force. Pink and its diluted version was for young boys, while blue was considered dainty and related to girls.