Many hands make right work
The belief that everyone should have the opportunity to work drives the success of Employment Plus, writes David Goodwin.
Brendan Gleeson: An Irish charmer
At nearly two metres tall, solidly built and with a bushy red beard, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson is an unlikely romantic lead.
A place to belong
There are few events as special as a wedding, and at this stage of my life, I’m currently attending a spate of them.
Growing up as the daughter of Salvation Army ministers, Rebecca Moore felt God’s call from an early age, leading her to a successful career as an inspirational writer, Julie Houghton reports.
From self-harm to self-acceptance
Recovering alcoholic, Gayle* knows that you can’t do it alone.
What If It Works? (MA15+)
Rating: 4 / 5
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Healing after miscarriage
With 15 October set aside as International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, Katie Shozi offers eight ways to acknowledge your baby.
Taking a Knee
Those of you who, like me, can’t look away from the never boring world of US politics may be aware of the current controversy engulfing the National Football League (NFL). Following the lead of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a number of players have used the symbolism of kneeling rather than standing during the singing of the national anthem as a form of political dissent.