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Opinion: When you eat matters: How your eating rhythms impact your mental health

Opinion: When you eat matters: How your eating rhythms impact your mental health

Healthy eating is not just what you eat, but when you eat. Eating rhythms that are in sync with the circadian clock can benefit general well-being and may have a protective effect against mental illness.
Ask Ellie: Grieving stepson's behaviour is worrying and inappropriate

Ask Ellie: Grieving stepson's behaviour is worrying and inappropriate

He’s called several times after midnight, whispering because he’s in another room while his wife’s sleeping, stepmom says
Want to quit your job and travel full-time? This woman did

Want to quit your job and travel full-time? This woman did

Tips from a woman who does it.
Hey, Colleague: How do I know when it's time to become my own boss?

Hey, Colleague: How do I know when it's time to become my own boss?

Hey, Colleague: Practical advice on careers and maintaining a work-life balance.
Opinion: How LGBTQ2+ 1980s dance parties sparked collective joy and power — and can again

Opinion: How LGBTQ2+ 1980s dance parties sparked collective joy and power — and can again

Toronto’s Gay Community Dance Committee funded lesbian and gay liberation organizing in an unkind era that made community work not only difficult, but increasingly necessary
Ask Ellie: Adult child's greediness can destroy family

Ask Ellie: Adult child's greediness can destroy family

Talking it out with therapist may help reassure couple that their teenage relationship and parenthood don’t make daughter's behaviour their fault.
Opinion: Is March Break really a break? How pandemic-weary parents can recharge and connect with children without a vacation

Opinion: Is March Break really a break? How pandemic-weary parents can recharge and connect with children without a vacation

Making daily time to connect with their children is an important way of nurturing family experiences and relationships and to find restoration.
Ask Ellie: When in doubt about partner's fidelity, be direct

Ask Ellie: When in doubt about partner's fidelity, be direct

Don’t let doubts cloud your most important relationship. Ask directly what’s going on.
Ask Ellie: Moving on from serial cheater shows self-respect

Ask Ellie: Moving on from serial cheater shows self-respect

Has he previously been a cheater? If so, why still listen to what you believe are his lies?
Ask Ellie: Ghosting an intimate partner shows weak character

Ask Ellie: Ghosting an intimate partner shows weak character

If a relationship ends without explanation, trust your own strength of character. It’s missing in the other person.
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