By: Anne Rinaudo
People are more likely to believe a true or false claim if it is paired with a photograph, a researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) has found. Dr Eryn Newman, from the ANU Research School of Psychology, has been finding out how people find truth in a fake-news era. Continue reading “You Will Believe Fake News Just Because It Has A Picture”
By: Dr. John Townsend
Vicky sat at the kitchen table, stunned and hurt. Her four-year-old marriage to Alex, on which she had pinned so many hopes and dreams, seemed false. She had just heard from a friend that Alex had been seen lunching with an old girlfriend. Continue reading “Do You Trust Me?”
By: Sam Chan
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) is the origin story of Han Solo.
His name says it all. He is alone. Solo.
No parents. No friends. Continue reading “Solo – But What If I Could Do with a Bit of Company?”
By: Sheridan Voysey
According to the experts, strong relationships are one of the four factors that build human resilience. We withstand the traumas of life better when we have good marriages, friendships, work relationships and community connections. The problem is, while we need relationship to be strong, powerful forces drive us apart. Continue reading “Overcoming the 4 Forces that Destroy Relationships”
By: Jennie Scott
I’ve been praying a specific prayer for several years now. Years.
But the answer still remains “no” — or at least, “not yet.” Continue reading “When Someone Else Gets the Answer to Your Prayer”