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Ask Ellie: Divorced parents should try to be flexible around holidays

Ask Ellie: Divorced parents should try to be flexible around holidays

You’re going to have to learn how to work these things out, especially when it comes to the larger holidays
Opinion: How to prevent missing person incidents for seniors living with dementia

Opinion: How to prevent missing person incidents for seniors living with dementia

With an increasing number of people living with dementia worldwide and in Canada, it’s crucial to find ways to promote community awareness and prevent people with dementia from getting lost.
Most popular TV shows on Netflix last week

Most popular TV shows on Netflix last week

For three weeks in a row now, the very divisive "The Watcher" has dominated Netflix's Top 10 TV shows list.
10 different types of meditation—and which one is right for you

10 different types of meditation—and which one is right for you

Keep in mind, there is no one way to meditate.
Ask Ellie: Advice from a survivor of mental illness

Ask Ellie: Advice from a survivor of mental illness

Young student needs to consult with a ­therapist, undergo a mental health ­evaluation and get a treatment plan
Hey, Colleague: I can't seem to keep up with my peers at work. Help!

Hey, Colleague: I can't seem to keep up with my peers at work. Help!

Everyone is different and should be managed differently.
Partial Recall for the week of November 2

Partial Recall for the week of November 2

Free Will Astrology for the week of November 2

Free Will Astrology for the week of November 2

"Imagine you have taken a particular consciousness-altering drug. Imagine how it affects you."
10 things to know as a first-time foster pet parent

10 things to know as a first-time foster pet parent

Fostering pets can give animals a chance to flourish before they’re sent to their forever homes. According to data gathered by The Humane Society of the United States , 6.5 million cats and dogs enter shelters every year.
Ask Ellie: How do I stop co-worker's 'skinny shaming'?

Ask Ellie: How do I stop co-worker's 'skinny shaming'?

A reader writes: It never occurred to me that I was bothering anyone, because I can’t figure out what I’m doing that’s offensive. However, one of my work colleagues has started harassing me.
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