Unfortunately, in today’s fast paced world, stress plays a major part in most of our lives. This week we are taking a look at different types of stress, why we get stressed and how to manage it.
There is a wide gap in the UK between the rich and the poor, particularly in London, where poverty and wealth live side-by-side. It is the richest city in the country but also its most unequal. A family could live in a modern property worth £2m and just down the road, three small children could be sharing a damp bedsit
If we’re totally honest, we must admit that society isn’t really very nice, nor is it qualified to pass judgement on other people. But despite this lack of qualification we get judged for our looks, our education, the way we speak, what we eat, how we
Elucidating what love is a question that seems to have existed since the creation of the world, and an unambiguous answer to which has not yet been found. Millions of pages are devoted to this fundamental problem: the notion of love is encountered both
I think that handcuffing to avoid breakups is kind of weird and foolish. If the relationship issues cannot be solved through mature dialog, there seems to be a problem. For how long will handcuffing be able to save a relationship? For as long as the
You can have total recall. Well not quite but if you’re about to take exams or need to learn something for work, rest assured that there are effective ways of recalling information better than parrot fashion learning.
Like the Big Heart Foundation, Sharjah has a big heart. It cares not only for its citizens, but also for expatriates and visitors. Improving the plight of the aged is very much on its radar: it is specially concerned about the elderly and the sick,
The death of George Floyd last summer was one injustice too many. The Black Lives Matter movement that followed drove awareness – on a global level – of what it is that black people have been facing forever, on a daily basis.
The British education system seems to just get better and better! Back when I was a school pupil I had exams at the end of every year. The exams at 14, or thereabouts, were crucial for schoolteachers in order for them to know what level we were at and to