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Direct Answers – Pity Party

My boyfriend and I have been dating for a couple of years. He’s my best friend and I love him. However, recently I’ve been putting a strain on our relationship because I’m envious of his successes and his skills. (Visited 16 times, 1 visits today)

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Symptoms of Swine Flu – Know the Difference Between H1N1 Flu and Regular Flu

Swine Flu is a number one health concern the world over. The HI1N1 flu or Swine Flu was first detected in US in April 2009. The worst affected areas initially were Canada and Mexico before H1N1 flu cases began to emerge in other areas of the world. In a short span of four months, the…

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Raising Chickens in The Winter

  It seems that every year the cold weather becomes a minor source of anxiety for me…nothing specific really, just the usual problems dealing with the cold and the difficulties it creates. Because I raise chickens year round, I have to take extra care during the winter months to ensure their survival, and a mostly…

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Direct Answers – Provenance

[At this season of giving and receiving gifts, Wayne & Tamara have chosen to rerun a favorite column, a column that honors the spirit of giving.] I met my now husband seven years ago. When I first met him, he was getting out of a tumultuous relationship with a woman who ended up pulling a…

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January Jobs in The Flower Garden

There’s always plenty to do even in the smallest of gardens and mid-winter is no exception. There are essential jobs that need to be done now in the flower garden and those that will ensure that you are ahead of the game come the beginning of spring. So put on your hat and gloves and…

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How to Assemble a Holiday Cheeseboard

‘Tis the season for getting together with friends and family to celebrate. Food is at the heart of the holidays, so whether you’re hosting an event or attending as a guest, you’ll want to whip up something to impress a wide variety of taste buds. The perfect solution: A holiday cheeseboard. (Visited 54 times, 1…

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Direct Answers – Tough Love

I do love your column, but I find that the merit of working out troubles is not presented sufficiently. I am an alcoholic, and I am married to one. We have been married for 10 years. With all the problems of marriage, alcohol, and other things, I think it is very important to work things…

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Keeping Babies Warm in Winter

Each generation has to learn how to dress their new babies for winter weather. Today’s grandma may be in another state or country and difficult to reach for advice. So, here are some tips about dressing babies. (Visited 32 times, 1 visits today)

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Direct Answers – Loveless

I am a 45-year-old woman married to her second husband. In February he told me he has been unhappy for a long time and wanted his freedom. This was prefaced by my finding email of a more than friendly nature from more than one woman. I confronted him. He said he was just “having fun”…

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Two-Toned Chocolate Coconut Cookies

This coconut-studded milk chocolate cookie with two layers of buttery dough – one with an added hit of cocoa – makes these slice-and-bake cookies an instant holiday hit. Incorporating milk chocolate with toasted coconut makes them irresistible. (Visited 58 times, 1 visits today)

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Direct Answers – Extreme Sport

I began seeing a man three years ago. We’ve gone through two breakups. Each time he realized he was not ready to give me the commitment he knew I wanted. But each time we resumed our relationship, things have been on a deeper level and more committed than before. (Visited 14 times, 1 visits today)

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Top Tips to Combat Winter Dry Skin

As winter approaches, we can expect temperatures to drop along with the dreaded sweep of cold winds and snow. As the weather changes, so too does our skin, which can become chapped, red and dry. Combined with central heating, it means we often experience skin dryness and irritation while indoors as well. (Visited 76 times,…

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Non-Alcoholic Spiced Sangria

Sangria is often relegated to summertime patios, but this make-ahead pitcher drink is equally perfect for winter entertaining.Sweet-tart pomegranate juice and warm winter spices add festive flavour, and de-alcoholized red wine makes this a great non-alcoholic option. (Visited 24 times, 1 visits today)

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Kale, Butternut Squash and Pomegranate Salad

This colorful, nutrient-rich salad is savory but slightly sweet. The crunch from the walnuts and pomegranates provides a nice contrast to the soft roasted butternut squash, and the flavors are all brought together with a bright lemon maple vinaigrette. Even if you are a lover of traditional Thanksgiving dishes (I am too), you can still…