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Pilates instructor challenges stereotypes about people with disabilities

Pilates instructor challenges stereotypes about people with disabilities

A person with a physical disability does not automatically suffer from a lack of physical ability, says Pilates instructor Norah Myers.
Hey, Colleague: My working-from-home 'colleagues' are stressing me out

Hey, Colleague: My working-from-home 'colleagues' are stressing me out

Hey, Colleague: Practical advice on careers and maintaining a work-life balance.
Ask Ellie: Work on yourself and the rest will follow

Ask Ellie: Work on yourself and the rest will follow

New ways to consider jobs and career-building have similar approaches to your relationship and personality needs
Social media can boost your baby fever, finds UBC study

Social media can boost your baby fever, finds UBC study

When the kid isn't yours, misbehaviour can seem comical and even endearing
Ask Ellie: Mom who obsesses over adult son is likely lonely

Ask Ellie: Mom who obsesses over adult son is likely lonely

Son feeling overwhelmed by mom's clinginess should set some gentle boundaries
Ask Ellie: Grief is a process, not something to 'get over'

Ask Ellie: Grief is a process, not something to 'get over'

“Understand that the loss and grief will always exist. We think about our daughter every day. It just happens."
Ask Ellie: How a big snowfall sparked some much-needed positivity

Ask Ellie: How a big snowfall sparked some much-needed positivity

As one reader enthusiastically reported, “It is amazing what a major snow storm can accomplish!"
Opinion: RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant, Maddy Morphosis, sparks conversations about cishet inclusion and queer discomfort

Opinion: RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant, Maddy Morphosis, sparks conversations about cishet inclusion and queer discomfort

A straight cis-man could have made “herstory” as “America’s Next Drag Superstar.” Drag Race’s inclusion problem botches racialized queer histories, community discomfort and ally participation
Opinion: I'm an addiction researcher and therapist. Here's why promoting sober 'dry months' bothers me

Opinion: I'm an addiction researcher and therapist. Here's why promoting sober 'dry months' bothers me

On the surface, sober months like Dry January and Dry February are great. But we need to broaden the discussion around how privilege and policy impact one’s relationship with alcohol and other drugs
Hey, Colleague: How do I control sugary snacking when working from home?

Hey, Colleague: How do I control sugary snacking when working from home?

Hey, Colleague: Practical advice on careers and maintaining a work-life balance.
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