Stress: Nuh Put Nuh Presha Pon Yuh Head

There are two Jamaican proverbs which speak about how people deal with stress: ‘Pressure buss pipe’ and ‘Diamonds mek unda pressure’. Which are you? Is the glass half empty or is it half full? Stress is any feeling of emotional or physical tension. It can either motivate or repress you. It all boils to the way in which you process it.

Bustamante Hospital for Children Commemorates Paediatric Cancer Awareness Month

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: BREAKING THE SILENCE

Domestic violence is violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting, such as in marriage or cohabitation. There are many types of domestic violence, including social, physical, sexual and emotional. If you’re being subjected to domestic violence, there are a number of organisations such as the Women's Centre that can offer you help and support. #enddomesticviolence #noexcuseforabuse #domesticviolence

Bustamante Hospital for Children Commemorates Paediatric Cancer Awareness Month

Marcia Moriah Skervin – The Survivor

Battered but never broken, this woman has been through the fire, valley and quite a few storms but she managed to stand tall with her crown in position. Marcia Moriah Skervin the jack of many trades, has always been the survivor long before beating breast cancer. She has survived living through poverty, failure and even sickness. We believe that this woman is one that Jamaica should make room for as she is coming to make an impact! #strengthofawoman #queen #marciamoriahskervin #survivor #fighter

Youth Organisation Provide Back to School Assistance

Science, Energy and Technology Minister, Hon. Fayval Williams, has commended Youths for Excellence Limited for providing back to school assistance to students of the Cockburn Gardens Primary and Junior High School. More than 36 students from the Hagley Park Road based school, received items such as computer tablets, bus passes for two months, three months’ […]

The Importance of Showing Up