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I’m a widow in my mid-30s. My husband died a few months ago but I don’t feel too much of grief. Life with him had been full of ups and downs, mostly downs. I reached the point where I hated him so much I wanted him to die (or at least go away). There were no kids since we were married only for a few years. Now, all I feel is relief. Is this normal? It amazes me how functional I am. What do you think about this?

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What have you noticed about these? These are all pointing towards other people, right? Other people other than ourselves.

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President Duterte met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo to talk about Filipinos incarcerated in their jails, including convicted drug mule Mary Jane Veloso.

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In harm’s way

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NOT a policy statement, not a shift in our defense posture, just a word of caution to the US special forces – advisers – operating in Mindanao, that “they have to go” because it’s not safe for them.

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THE idea of installing Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) systems in government offices will help improve office efficiency, as it will minimize the practice of some employees of using much of their office time attending to personal concerns, and it will compel office managers to take action to avoid big crowds of people waiting to be attended to.

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From victims to heroes

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Twelve days after the tragic events in President Rodrigo Duterte’s hometown and people are understandably focused on finding the perpetrators of the gruesome crime and bringing them to justice.

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