How to Stay Sane in an Age of Division by Elif Shafak review – a poignant look back at another age | Books- Tempemail

Two of the most intriguing walk-on characters in Elif Shafak’s How to Stay Sane are the little Egyptian girl named “Facebook” by her parents in that brief, optimistic phase of the Arab spring – and another baby given the name “Like” in Israel just a few months later. They are Continue Reading

Don’t despair if your child is glued to a screen, it may be keeping them sane | Amy Orben | Opinion- Tempemail

Should we start to use “physical distancing” instead of “social distancing”? Those keen on the change argue that, despite being physically apart, we can still be socially together. So we can connect and support each other even when avoiding unnecessary face-to-face contact. Sure, change the label. But it won’t change Continue Reading