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  • 5 powerful ways to say sorry

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    It has often been said that the best way to apologise is to simply not repeat the action that caused a problem in the first place. However, as humans we tend to make some mistakes more than once and sometimes this can lead to th ...

  • The importance of loving yourself

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    Many people make the mistake of thinking love is a feeling, but it is actually a choice. Falling in love is totally dependent on emotions, but love is something you wake up every day and decide to do because it is right. Self-l ...

  • Maxine Wilson (Photo: Alexandria Dixon)

    Maxine Wilson’s rags to riches story

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    MAXINE Wilson lives by the daily mantra that if she can help somebody she passes along the way, then her living is not in vain. A devout Christian, Wilson, 54, who grew up in Waterhouse, St Andrew, told All Woman that the rea ...

  • Should a man discipline his step-children?

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    With the rise in blended families, at some point the issue of discipline is going to come up. What obtains when a step-parent is in conflict with a step-child? Can they discipline that child, or should it only be the purview of ...

  • Nicola Tucker’s gospel

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    SHE is a woman who cares, and who uses her passion for music selflessly. “It’s not about how good I can sing, but who can I inspire, who can I help and encourage. Many people in the music industry have answered the ...

  • Keisha Hayle (Lionel Rookwood)

    Keisha Hayle - a true educator

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    SHE’S a fun-loving, committed and philanthropic teacher who is bent on bringing out the best in students under her care. Keisha Hayle, 41, told All Woman that she was born and raised in East Kirkland Heights, St Andrew & ...

  • Captain Rene Level conducts an inspection of some of her cadets. (Bryan Cummings)

    Rene Level’s discipline

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    “Yuh too pretty fi be rough” is a statement she often hears from her students when in disciplinary mode, but she says her no-nonsense approach to life is all part of her passion for transforming young minds and creat ...

  • Are you raising a “jacket”?

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    DETERMINING the paternity of a child in Jamaica is not always left up to exact science. Many theories abound concerning parentage, based on physical characteristics like nose size, skin colour, hair type and even mannerisms & ...

  • Therese Turner-Jones

    Therese Turner-Jones: Woman on a mission

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    THERESE Turner-Jones, 56, is committed to finding the good in all things while fostering increased academic and social engagement with the youth across the region, most notably at the university level. In fact, Turner-Jones, a ...

  • Are women becoming too aggressive?

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    MEN were once seen as the “aggressors” but as time has progressed, women are holding their own, sometimes even being viewed as too aggressive when they become independent. What has caused this? Things like financial ...

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