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Discomforts to Expect When Filing for a Divorce

Most people go on with their lives, hoping that everything will go their way. Their daily routines, necessary errands, and work responsibilities will put them on a continuous cycle that might not give them a short break. Eventually, you will create an efficient system that makes your life feel comfortable and smooth. However, life is

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Buying a Gun During the Pandemic

Sales of firearms skyrocketed during the pandemic, with more than four million guns sold legally in January this year representing a 60% increase according to USA Today. Illinois had the highest sales at slightly more than a million guns, followed by Kentucky with more than 400,000 guns. Experts predict that gun sales for 2021 can

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Ending Child Abuse in Every Household and Community

The child welfare system isn’t perfect, not by a long shot. But it’s proven to be an effective way to give children from neglectful and abusive households a greater chance at having a better life — far better than the ones they were destined to have if they remained where they are. Every 47 seconds,

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The Purge: Security Advice You Shouldn’t Ignore

Security concerns during the pandemic may have dropped recently, but home security should still be your top priority. According to United Nations, the pandemic has shifted the rate of property crime. This does not mean that you should be complacent, though. It is always best to be safe than sorry, especially when it comes to

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How Your Life Will Change When Your Parents Divorce in Your Adulthood

Gray Divorce Revolution, the phenomenon which referred to couples getting divorced in their 50s, doubled between 1990 and 2010. It was the inspiration behind the book “Home Will Never Be the Same Again: A Guide for Adult Children of Gray Divorce”. The book unveiled the struggles of adults dealing with their older parents’ divorce, shedding light on

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Staying Positive While Recovering From a Motor Accident

Few things are worse than getting into a car accident. Aside from the actual pain of the injuries you receive, there’s also the trauma of being in an extremely dangerous situation where you have little to no control. Car accidents, regardless of the severity, are often a nightmarish experience. But sometimes, the most difficult part

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Cyberattacks

Your System’s Been Attacked. Now What?

Cyberattacks like security breaches can hurt the business in many ways. On average, it could cost a company nearly £5,000. Meanwhile, at least 50% would have to close within the next six months, cash flow and reputation probably damaged beyond repair. However, with cases rising, the risks that it could happen to you are high. What

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Dear Bosses, Encourage Your Employees to Take a Break Amid a Pandemic

Many of our summer vacation plans are canceled due to the pandemic. So, it’s no surprise to see your employees taking back the vacation leaves they already filed. The idea of taking paid time off (PTO) right now doesn’t sit right among many employees. For one, they would instead save their vacation for later in

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Preventing Retail Store Injuries for Customers & Employees

Injuries that occur in retail establishments are mostly minor and are relatively uncommon. However, this doesn’t mean you can take the risk of having an employee or customer sustaining an injury on your property. Don’t wait for a letter from a personal injury lawyer to arrive in the mail. To protect both your staff and

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