The 4 Zodiac Signs That Fight For Relationships Much Longer Than They Should

By January Nelson Updated January 15, 2020 God & Man Cancer You’re a nurturer. A healer. A people pleaser. You like taking care of others. You care more about their happiness and well-being than your own. That’s why you constantly find yourself in the wrong relationship — and why you have so much trouble leaving. You don’t want to abandon someone when you feel like they need you. You don’t want to walk away from someone who could benefit from your tenderness, your generosity, your soft heart. You get too worried about what they would do without you if you left, whether they would be okay without your help, so you don’t bother to ask yourself whether okay. You stay …

TS Eliot prize-winner Roger Robinson: I want these poems to help people to practise empathy

From a lament for the victims of Grenfell Tower to snapshots of Windrush arrivals activist, musician and poet Roger Robinson discusses the inspiration behind his prizewinning collection Since I was 19 Ive been living in England and thinking Id go home, but there was a point, around six years go, when I realised Im here now: Im black British. So says Roger Robinson, who this week won the Grenfell Tower are followed by a crisp snapshot of idealistic young Jamaicans disembarking from the A musician and cultural activist as well as a poet, Robinson is no stranger to public interventions. In 2018, he launched a Twitter appeal for 100 poems protesting about the mistreatment of the Windrush generation. He also …

Meghan legal action: Mail on Sunday could call Thomas Markle to high court

Newspaper faces legal action from Duchess of Sussex for publishing excerpts from a letter to her father Thomas Markle could be called to give evidence at the high court against his estranged daughter Meghan, as part of her ongoing legal action against the Mail on Sunday, after it emerged that the papers defence appears to rely on his account. how to disentangle Prince Harry and his wife from public life. Among the evidence disclosed in the court papers are highly personal text messages between Thomas Markle and his daughter in the run-up to her wedding in May 2018. The Mail on Sundays defence dismissed the copyright claim by arguing the letter was not an original literary work, while suggesting that …

Sugar’s Effect On Your Brain Is Like An Addictive Drug, Says New Study

It’s a white powder that gives you an intense rush and can leave you with foot-tapping cravings. But is our brain’s relationship with sugar really comparable to drug addiction? Perhaps so. A new study has concluded that sugar influences the brain in ways similar to those seen if you take addictive drugs. The team even go as far as to argue that our addiction-like craving for sugar could be underpinning the obesity epidemic facing many parts of the world.  Published in the journal Scientific Reports this week, the researchers imaged the brains of seven minipigs each day for 12 days after they drank two liters of a sugary liquid. In essence, they found that their brains’ reward system, the neural structures that …