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PETALING JAYA: Instead of fretting over the unpredictable nature of Covid-19, some parents are looking on the bright side as they find a silver lining in sending their children to school.
This schoolteacher recounts to Thelma the deep racial discrimination that she faced at her previous school, which dampened her enthusiasm for the vocation and caused her to spiral downwards emotionally.
This reader confides in Thelma that he was a neglected, lonely child. Now, as an adult, he grapples with anxiety and depression over his past and his broken relationships. This has greatly affected his personality and work.
Jia Wertz may be a documentary filmmaker in New York City, but these days she feels like a full-time resident of Zoom world.
ARTISTE Raysha Rizrose (pic) is able to lead a controversial-free life because she values privacy and refrains from commenting on issues concerning others, Harian Metro reported.
The way Franny Mestrich built her town, it has a psychic. She’s really a phony, a Miss Cleo type, but Mestrich made sure she was living in a Victorian mansion that’s also home to an occult coworking space.
Household chores can offer a two-in-one benefit: a spotless home and a well-worked body.
Since millions of people worldwide have been ordered to stay at home, the number of calls to psychiatrists has gone up. But for introverts, the time alone can be rejuvenating.
SECONDARY school marks a turning point in every student’s life, when they have to make a life-changing decision that will chart the course of their future journeys. During this period in time, it is only natural that they have questions about college and university life.