Life Well Shared
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After the break-up of a serious relationship, it can feel like your heart's been broken for good. Then one day you discover it's beating louder than ever. We chat to three couples who never gave up romance...
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The theme for our most recent photo contest was ‘Capture the world around you’. Here are some of our favourite moments caught on camera by our readers.
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We asked our readers to share their favourite words of wisdom from their mothers. Here's what they had to say...
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An unknown driver's care honours a much-loved cat.
A woman's encounter with a kind and generous stranger.
|Kindness of Strangers - The Taste of Comfort2|
Enjoy these stories about the kindness of strangers and who they have touched.
|The Weight of the World2|
Obesity has gone global. Here, the world’s riskiest habits, crankiest spouses, dumbest excuses – and the best ways to send those kilos packing.
|Romance in the Wash2|
Even in our seemingly mundane world, love manages to rise above the ordinary
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A surprising new way of helping young criminal offenders is being tried in Yorkshire, England. More surprisingly, it seems to work
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