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Knowledge is power. The more you know about your adversary the greater your chances of defeating them, UNLESS you mistake knowledge for a hook to hang personal responsibility on…Read More
I’ve neglected my A-Z of Canada for long enough so here’s D, delivered with a renewed commitment to make it to the end of the alphabet… eventually.Read More
Describing an encounter with depression during her family’s expatriation to Houston, USA, Laura J Stephens’ memoir will strike a chord with displaced souls everywhere.Read More
Always an incongruent, it took me a long time to realise that was a good thing. In these times of increased global mobility, belonging is just a marketing tool – the more you step outside the limits of who you’re told you are, the sooner you realize we’re all part of something bigger, whether we 'fit in' or not.
We’re among the new wave of Internationalists who view the demise of job security as a springboard for exploring new horizons.
Our interracial marriage revealed just how deeply cultural differences permeate our lives.
Understanding my parents’ mental health issues and my Borderline Personality Disorder has taken most of my life.