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Pauline Ewan - A mighty heart

Pauline Ewan

SHE'S vibrant, spiritual and sincere and she has a passion for volunteering and giving selflessly. "After you leave this world it's what you've done that you will be remembered for," Pauline Ewan said, explaining why service above self is second nature. The 42 year old is the first foreign exchang ... Read More

My first crush
IT was probably in high school or primary school that you caught your first crush bug -- this one p ... Read More

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Redwood and
Williams LIME men wear pink for breast cancer
THE men at LIME are proud to wear pink this October, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month ... Read More

I hit him in the face just to get a reaction...
VIOLENCE should not be condoned in an intimate relationship, whether it is perpetrated by the man or ... Read More

Men: What we hate about you

By KIMBERLEY HIBBERT | Monday, October 20, 2014    

WOMEN will gather in groups and single out men for abuse, criticising everything from their lousy pay cheques to their pot bellies or even their performance in bed. All men are dogs in some women's books, and they use this to justify male bashing and angst that never seems to ebb. But it's not often that a man will share the same complaints. Indeed, when he does, it's seen as an affront to a woman's sensibilities. But, like women, men have grouses too, and this week they're taking the no-fear a ... Read More

What marriage advice works and what doesn't

BY DONNA HUSSEY-WHYTE | Monday, October 20, 2014    

BEFORE you get married, just about everyone will give their two cents about what you should or shouldn't do to make your marriage last, and what you should or shouldn't do to keep your spouse happy. People may tell you to leave if he cheats, because once a cheater always a cheater; that there's one soulmate for everyone, and that love lasts forever. But experience will teach you otherwise, that much of the advice you get won't be practical or applicable for the long haul. Below, 'long-married ... Read More

I want a divorce, but...

By Margarette Macaulay | Monday, October 20, 2014    

Dear Mrs Macaulay, I have been be married for nine years. My husband has been living abroad for the past six and half years. During this period he only returned to Jamaica once, about three years ago. I have learned that he lives with a woman and has fathered a child with this woman. We communicate often on the phone. He is an illegal alien and does not intend to return home. I would like to get a divorce but I am unemployed and he refuses to give me his exact address, although I know the count ... Read More

So my ex is getting married...

With Wayne Powell MA Counselling Psychology Relationship Counsellor | Monday, October 20, 2014    

Dear Counsellor, I am a 25-year-old Christian. I have a great job and am currently finishing up my degree. I was in a relationship with my high school boyfriend for eight years. He was my best friend. We helped each other overcome our obstacles. We were engaged for two years and were supposed to get married. But he called it quits two years ago, and said it wasn't me, it was him, and we both moved on. Just recently I got an invitation for his wedding this year. It has not even been a year sinc ... Read More

Vows - The Wright Love Story

Monday, October 20, 2014    

The couple raised their
hands together in triumph
as they were introduced as
Mr and Mrs Tarik Wright
for the first time.

"Now I've got you in my space I won't let go of you Got you shackled in my embrace I'm latching on to you." — Latch by Sam Smith How they met... Fiona Panton was initially reluctant to divulge her phone number when engineer Tarik Wright asked. The year was 2012, and the two strangers were enjoying an evening lyme at Hope Gardens when mutual friend Dr Trudy-Ann Morrison introduced them. Panton, an account manager at Columbus Business Solutions at the time, made a lasting impression o ... Read More

What to do when your child is being bullied

BY DONNA HUSSEY-WHYTE | Monday, October 20, 2014    

Model: Bryanna Wright

A few months ago, in June, police were called in to investigate a complaint that the mother of a child at a prominent prep school in St Andrew attacked a 10-year-old boy and threatened him with death after learning that the boy had been in a fight with her son at school. The angry parent walked into the school devotion and pulled the boy from the group to a car park, where he was told that if he continued to harass the other child, he would be killed. A parent came to the boy's rescue. Allegat ... Read More

Wifie's revenge

By GEORGETTE FRANCIS | Monday, October 20, 2014    

Dear Reader, It's our fourth year of marriage and I'm feeling decidedly hostile and distinctively homicidal towards my husband's phone. Actually it's the alarm that I'm having murderous designs on, but then again, it's that stupid little Nokia phone that houses that demon spawn of a noisemaker. Seriously, how many times do I need to have my sleep-induced cosiness (read: coma) and peace of my Lisa Frank dream about prancing around in a rainbow garden with pretty pink unicorns and fluffy bunn ... Read More

Little People Pix

Monday, October 20, 2014    

Happy birthday Happy birthday to Kimoneque and Simoneque who will celebrate their special day on October 28. Love from mom, sister, uncle, grandparents and godparents. Happy belated birthday Happy belated birthday to Carleeya Thorpe who celebrated her first birthday on October 8. Greetings coming from dad Ricardo, mom Tanya, aunty Kareen, family and friends. Happy belated birthday Happy belated birthday Mikhail Malik Atkinson, from mommy, daddy, auntie, grandma and the rest of the family ... Read More

The importance of iron in your diet

Monday, October 20, 2014    

ARGUABLY one of the most essential minerals, iron is needed by the body for many of its functions. According to nutritionist Donovan Grant, iron is used mainly in the formation of haemoglobin which is necessary to help red blood cells transport oxygen throughout the body. "Oxygen reaching the cells is important for getting energy. Haemoglobin also carries back some carbon dioxide from our cells," Grant said. Additionally, Grant said low iron levels could leave you feeling lethargic and could ... Read More

Stay active, eat fruit for a healthy heart

Monday, October 20, 2014    

AN active, tutti frutti life spells a hearty, healthy heart. While an apple a day can't hurt, Swedish researchers say more than an hour of moderate exercise per day or more than a half-hour of vigorous exercise can keep the doctor away by reducing the risk of heart failure by 46 per cent. "You do not need to run a marathon to gain the benefits of physical activity -- even quite low levels of activity can give you positive effects," says Dr Kasper Andersen, study co-author and researcher at Upp ... Read More



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