That will be easier once the COVID 19 pandemic is over.”We know that these spouses are out there, often feeling very alone and unsupported from a mental health perspective,” Maxwell says. “And if we can begin to address that, then we have accomplished our aim here.”This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 7, 2021.
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West VillageHidden gems exist all over New York, but one you definitely don’t want to miss is this treasure trove in the far West Village, where ephemera meets handmade, reverse decoupage glass. In this packed to the gills boutique, glassware, trays, coasters, and NYC centric souvenirs small enough to tuck in a tote bag, are thoughtfully displayed. Owner and artisan Carol Kaas combs flea markets and antique sales in search of unique botanical prints, patterns, and pictures ranging from English garden chic to the hauntingly beautiful.