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When Loss and Miscarriage are Multicultural: They Span the Globe Part 2

Trigger warning: this post offers a global, multicultural perspective on loss and miscarriage, an experience that’s deeply personal and yet, universal. This post shares the author’s personal experience and is the second post in a two-part mini-series. If you are currently struggling with loss, please make use of the resources shared here and in the

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When Loss and Miscarriage are Multicultural: They Span the Globe Part I

Trigger warning: this post offers a global, multicultural perspective on loss and miscarriage, an experience that’s deeply personal and yet, universal. If you have experienced it, please check out our resources at the end. This first post in a two-part mini-series shares the author’s personal experience, while the second will offer more practical advice. If

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Why Niksen is Universal for Adults and Kids | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Why Niksen Is Universal for Kids and Adults

In recent years, words like “hygge” or “ikigai” have taken the Internet by storm. Hygge, a Danish word, refers to a feeling of coziness, spending time in a nice atmosphere with friends, while ikigai is a Japanese expression for finding one’s purpose in life. In 2019, I coincidentally added a new word to the ones

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