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How To Be a Good Dad
There’s a wealth of evidence to show that fathers’ positive involvement in parenting and care work is great for children, families, and for dads themselves....
Blended Families and Successful Step-parenting
Even when family members aren’t related biologically, they can still form close, loving bonds and live cooperative and fulfilling lives together. Here’s how to ease...
Preparing for Retirement
When approaching a significant change in your life such as retirement, preparation can go a long way in ensuring you’re ready for the road ahead....
The benefits of workplace coaching for your employees and organisation
“Leaders aren’t born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that’s the price we’ll have to pay...
How to decide whether what you want is worth standing your ground for
Humans are relational beings, inherently designed to live in close relationship with each other. But precisely because of these relationships, our lives can seem like...
How to prepare yourself to return to the office post-lockdown
With many of us have only just having gotten into a rhythm of effectively working from home (often while juggling parenting and other responsibilities), the...
The ultimate lockdown parenting resource guide
Are you juggling life in lockdown with being a parent, homeschooling, working from home… or all of the above? We’ve put together a huge list...
The WFH survival guide – 10 work from home tips for lockdown
Work life looks a lot different for many of us than it did 18 months ago. The good news is, there are plenty of great work from...
How to apologise – the right way
Ever received an apology that left you feeling worse? That’s because not all apologies are created equal, and sometimes a simple ‘sorry’ doesn’t cut the...
How to make a long distance relationship work
There’s an old saying that “distance makes the heart grow fonder”. But what if it’s not that easy? We’ve explored our top long distance relationship...
The ‘Instagram VS reality’ relationship – Are those who brag actually less happy?
It can be a burden when everyone thinks you’re the ‘perfect’ couple, but in reality, it’s all falling apart under the surface. We’ve explored how...
Five signs you’re being too nice
There’s no doubt that being nice is a good thing. But being ‘too’ nice can actually be detrimental to your relationships. Here’s how to tell...
Emotion Coaching – how parents can bring out the best in their kids
During the last few decades, researchers have increasingly come to understand how important it is to understand our emotions and handle them in a healthy...
Building resilience in children – How to encourage resilient kids
Challenges and disappointments are a part of life. While it’s crucial to protect our kids’ safety, it’s just as important for us to help them...
How to be a good listener
It’s true – humans have an average attention span of just eight seconds. But there are ways to improve this and become a good listener...
‘I’ before ‘you’: The power of starting difficult conversations with an ‘I’ statement
Good communication is the foundation for a good relationship. The words you share really do matter. But how you share those words is perhaps even...
How to use ‘soft start-ups’ to drastically improve communication with your partner
Want to be one of those couples that can communicate more clearly with each other once and for all? Read on to find out how...
Is Giving Your Partner The Silent Treatment Ever OK?
Talk to the hand because the ears aren’t listening… It can be gratifying to watch a friend or partner squirm under the silent treatment, but...
The six most common communication issues in relationships
Feel like you’re hitting a brick wall every time you try and talk to your partner? It’s probably because your communication is out of whack....
Every mum is unique. We’re here for you.
This Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating all kinds of mums, mother-figures, and other important women in our lives. Mother’s Day can be a challenging time for...
How to identify coercive control in a relationship
Coercive control, or ‘intimate terrorism’ as it’s sometimes referred to, is at crisis point in Australia. Here, we’ve outlined what coercive control is, and how...
Types of domestic violence
Domestic and family violence is often thought to be physical assaults only. But this is not always necessarily the case. Here, we’ve outlined the different...
Can you have a happy, healthy relationship with a narcissist?
You might love your partner, but can you have a good relationship with them if they’re too busy loving themselves? We’ve outlined the difference between...
How to prepare a domestic violence safety plan
A domestic violence safety plan is essential for anyone in an abusive or unsafe relationship. We’ve put together a detailed guide on how to create...
How to get a new relationship off to the right start
Starting a new relationship can bring with it great excitement and high expectations. We’ve put together our top advice to help your new relationship get...
The effects of domestic and family violence against children
The impact of domestic violence against children can be wide reaching and serious, whether domestic violence is aimed directly at them or not. Here’s how...
How we can all change the narrative around violence against women
Women throughout history have often been blamed for the seduction of men. But why, in this day and age, are we still hearing that women...
What is elder abuse? How to spot the warning signs.
The World Health Organization estimates that around 1 in 6 people 60 years and older have experienced some form of abuse during the past year....
What is domestic and family violence? A definition.
Domestic and family violence is often thought to be defined by physical assaults only – but this is not necessarily the case. What follows is...
Back to Basics Relationship Advice
These days, there’s no shortage of relationship advice out there. While we love a good in-depth relationship book, video or podcast, sometimes it can be...
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