There is a reason we love television shows and movies that focus on a group of friends. Continue reading “Friends and Why We Need Them”
By: Amy Cheng
When Sarah was in her 30s, she and her husband began trying for children; they began trying naturally but were unsuccessful, so they began fertility treatments. Continue reading “Living with Involuntary Childlessness”
By: Jess Drummond
Momentum is a radio show and a podcast designed to encourage and support men and help them to “do life better”.
By: Tania Harris
Richard and Cecilia met their future spouses in a dream. One got married, the other didn’t. What is going on? Continue reading “Both Met Their Future Spouses In a Dream. One Got Married, One Didn’t…”
By: Amy Cheng
Colin Buchanan’s new song In Real Life is a celebration of once again being able to meet face-to-face with loved ones.
Continue reading “Enjoying Each Other’s Company Again: Colin Buchanan’s New ‘In Real Life’ Song”
By: City Bible Forum
On Monday morning I decided that I would take to all of our indoor plants with weed killer. Actually I didn’t decide that. I decided to feed all of the plants with liquid fertilizer, but inadvertently took the wrong bottle out of the cupboard and gave them all a liberal dose of glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide. Continue reading ““Social Glyphosate”, aka Individualism, and How It’s Withering Our Society”
My husband and I recently became empty-nesters. Our daughter’s wedding was in April. It’s a strange new reality for us, organising a life that was previously built around family and adult children at home, into a completely different scenario. Continue reading “Empty Nesters, New Beginnings – Tips for Your New-Look Relationship”
Here’s a reality check. You can’t love on your own. Any attempt to love on your own isn’t an expression of love but of its opposite: self-centredness. To love, you need community. As the saying goes, “It takes two to tango.” Continue reading “Here’s Why We All Need Community”
How do we have better relationships? Atheist philosopher Alain de Botton is critical of the notion, popular today, that claims that people are basically good and ‘angelic by nature’ because he says that this view of people is ‘highly troubling for relationships’. Continue reading ““Deeply Crazy” – A Way to Better Relationships”