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Mind & Emotions

Skills for life

If you had to identify important life skills, what would they be? Would you start with things ...

Five most common regrets

When my father was dying from cancer in 2001, I asked him if he had anything to tell me before he died. I was looking for a revelation - something I could learn from.

Socialising for brain power

We humans are highly social beings. We don't survive well, let alone thrive, in isolation. Relationships with other people stimulate our brains-in fact, interacting with others may be the best kind of brain exercise of all.