Metro Woman: Stress tips episode 1
By Metro Woman
11 October 2016 | 11:01 am
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A quarter of the world's population lives in countries where water demand threatens to outstrip supply. Forty-four countries are under extremely high or high water stress.
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Christmas maybe a couple of weeks away, but it’s never too early to prepare for one of the busiest periods of the year. Here is a list of things to do to get ready for Christmas.
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Doctors are working around the clock in the fight against the coronavirus. DW visited Germany's COVID-19 epicenter to talk to an intensive care doctor, as well as three other medics working in different roles elsewhere.
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Dealing with emotional stress as a frontline health official
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When delegates from 50 states signed the founding charter of the United Nations, the world was still grappling with the ravages of WWII. Today, the ideals they signed up to are undergoing an unprecedented stress test.
27 Jun 2020
Linda went on a date with a friend she met on social media. After the date, she was invited to his house for drinks. Apparently, her drink was spiked and she woke up the next morning realising she had been drugged and raped. I sit with Kevwe and Temitope to talk about how Linda can heal from this trauma and move on from it. But is there something women can do to protect themselves from date rape? Watch the full video to find out.
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On this episode, we discuss the issue of cohabiting and how it affects single women. Our question is from Vera, a single lady who lived with her boyfriend for 5 years, he dumped her and is now getting married to another woman. She is distraught and looking for answers; what did she do wrong?
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How do you ensure your customers keep coming back for more? Joy Oziegbe and Bukky Bash both small business consultants sit with me to explore customer service retention strategies.
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On The Metrowoman Talkshow today we explore different perspectives on Housekeeping marriage and relationships. It's a hilarious one with Iwo Akinoyenu and Nina Henchard.
20 mins ago
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.
1 hour ago
Authorities shut down internet and restricted gatherings in the western Indian town after a widely-circulated video showed two men slitting a tailor's throat. It comes amid widespread religious tensions in India.
1 hour ago
At the summit in Spain, leaders say they want to send a message to Russia, as NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says Moscow's war in Ukraine presents the "biggest challenge" in the alliance's history.
2 hours ago
Migration has become the major option of survival for many Nigerian youths. Many reasons have been argued to be the cause for youth migration abroad. One of such reasons is the extreme rate of poverty. And as poverty keeps biting hard on the population, Nigerians especially the youths tend to seek various creative means to go in search of greener pastures abroad. Guardian TV was out to speak with young Nigerians on why migration is an option.
3 hours ago
Every year, some 10,000 low-paid migrant labourers return home to southeast Asia from the Gulf in body bags. Half of these deaths are unexplained, and with no labour laws in place — nor any will from home nations to investigate — the cycle of exploitation continues unabated. These figures are estimates published in a report from the NGO FairSquare. As summer begins, more and more of these vulnerable workers are succumbing to heat-related illnesses. For more, we speak to Nicholas McGeehan, Director of FairSquare Research and Projects.
3 hours ago
With a verdict expected today, the French press is taking a look back at the past 10 months of the November 2015 Paris terror attacks trial. We also discuss bombshell testimony in the January 6 Capitol riot hearings, France's new National Assembly speaker and a French media strike. Finally, we find out why double-shampooing is a no-no in Italy.