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A woman wasn't sure of her friend's address – so made up her own version.
  I came across an interesting site recently, called shona.ie. It was described by the founder, Tammy D’Arcy, as ’a survival
'You know with every joint in your bones that she is a phenomenon.'
Solange Knowles has opened up about the valuable and pivotal part her mum has played in her life.  In a letter to her younger
I have played with my little sister loads, sharing my toys with her once I've finished with them and deciding of my own accord (like a big girl) that it's time to swap, before facilitating the change over swiftly and effectively.
Mental illnesses are horribly isolating at times, this is a message for all those who are struggling right now. Whether you are someone I know or a stranger far away, this applies to you. Heck, this isn't purely for people who are finding their mental health a challenge right now, but includes all those who are struggling with life or situations being put their way.
'Your damage was concrete; stripped of titles, degrees, enrolment. My damage was internal, unseen, I carry it with me.'
A woman has penned a powerful and heart-wrenching statement to the man who sexually assaulted her. The 23-year-old, who is
Thank you. It's a universal phrase, used for countless reasons from passing the salt, to providing support in a time of crisis. And it means different things to different people. But as a nurse let me tell you, one small thank you can go a long way.
The 2015 General Election was the most disproportionate general election in British history. The Conservatives won a majority of 12 with only 37% of the vote. UKIP got four million votes and the Green Party got over one million votes, but only won one seat each...