Scott Morrison Won the Election by ‘Being Himself’

By: Clare Bruce

It was the ‘real’ Scott Morrison people saw on the campaign trail, with a capacity for compassion and change, which won him the votes to secure the Coalition’s surprise victory, says former Liberal politician – Stephen O’Doherty. Read more

Chocolate Marshmallow Slice Recipe

By: Susan Joy

This delicious no bake, nut-free slice is perfect for kids or adult parties. It has a chocolate-coconut base that sets firm in the fridge with a soft vanilla marshmallow topping. It’s hard to stop at one slice though. Read more

Do You Need an Instagram Reality Check?

By: Susan Sohn

Instagram has become the home for visual storytelling for everyone from celebrities, newsrooms and brands, to teens, musicians and anyone with a creative passion. Read more

A Message to Mums of Premmie Babies, and Grieving Parents

By: Clare Bruce

When everything your family is going well, it can be easy in holidays and family celebrations, to forget that others are doing it tough.
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4 Urgent Conversations Australians Need To Have After Folau

By: Akos Balogh

The Israel Folau saga has uncovered an urgent need for Australians to have conversations about the sort of society we want to live in.
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How to Lead Teams in Changing Times

By: McCrindle

Last year social researcher, author and thought leader Mark McCrindle spoke at an event called The Future of Leadership where he presented a keynote on the topic of ‘Leading teams in changing times’, in which he outlined three ways in which leadership is changing, and three ways in which leaders can respond. Read more

Get Your Praise From God

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

People are like mirrors. We look at them and think that we see ourselves in what we see reflected back. If we see things like forgiveness and love, then we believe ourselves to be worthy of forgiveness and love. If, on the other hand, we see unforgiveness and rejection, then we believe ourselves to be unforgivable and unacceptable. Read more

Ask Dr Justin – Should We Be Tracking Our Kids?

By: Dr Justin Coulson

Hi Dr Justin,

I worry – consistently – about my kids’ safety when they’re not at home. I’m thinking about getting them to use a location tracker so I know they’re safe. What do you recommend?

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The Joyous Story Behind This Aussie’s Eurovision Performance

By: Clare Bruce

Aussie pop singer Kate Miller-Heidke had her global Eurovision audience of millions spellbound, as she floated seemingly through space, singing like an opera diva about the joys of emerging from postnatal depression. Read more

Five Simple Ways to Inject Gratitude into Your Daily Schedule

By: Michelle Mitchell

“I need some advice. My daughter is turning 16 next month. She’s a really good kid. She’s funny and smart and talented and she makes good choices. However, she is a complainer. Read more