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02 November 2018

For a book on work, employment, and unemployment, Richard Frost, a Reader in Exeter diocese with more than 35 years’ experience of helping people find or to remain in employment, seeks personal stories. He is particularly keen to receive contributions about being a Christian in the workplace, and the interaction between work, home, and church. He would also like to hear from people who are not employed and the impact, positive or negative, that this has upon faith, home life, and church. All contributions will be treated in strict confidence. Any used may be edited for length and will be anonymised. Contributions can be emailed to richardnfrost@outlook.com. For more information visit www.workrestpray.com.

For a study of what irritates people, Dr David Cohen, a psychologist and author, is seeking people who will keep a note of what has irritated them every day and send him those notes weekly. Participants from a variety of posts are encouraged, and they can remain anonymous. He can be contacted at dcpsychologynews@gmail.com.

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