Road to Recovery – Part II

By Jenniffer Mann Regardless of where you are in the world, what language you speak, your skin colour, gender, regardless of your social status, we are all likely at some point to suffer a degree of emotional and or physical trauma. In my last article, I briefly explored the horrific...

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The Road to Recovery – Part I 

By Jenniffer Mann On the 17 May 2011, BBC News reported that, “Between April and June 1994, an estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed in the space of 100 days. Most of the dead were Tutsis – and most of those who perpetrated the violence were Hutus. Even for a country with such a...

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Nothing New Under the Sun

By Jenniffer Mann Over the past few weeks, it has been impossible not to engage on some level, as we watch the political landscape unfold in America. Undoubtedly, this has shaped up to be one of, if not the most acrimonious elections, in the history of elections. As the family...

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Growing Pains

By Jenniffer Mann As a child, I would often complain about pains in my knees. I distinctly remember attending the doctors and hearing that what I was experiencing was commonly known as “growing pains”.  “It’s not that growing is painful” the doctor said, but the general consensus at the time,...

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Help Not Required

By Jenniffer Mann Few industries have grown as rapidly as technology. The past 40 years has seen the rise of the mobile phone, mobile internet communications, social networks, and super-fast internet. In fact, some phones are now more powerful than some laptops! However, I am a firm believer that with...

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