What to Do When Parents and Grandparents Disagree

What to Do When Parents and Grandparents Disagree

By: Dr Justin CoulsonIn Australia, two-thirds of parents are both working and raising young children. And many of those families are turning to grandparents to fill the vital role as carers for their kids. In fact, almost one in four children receive some care from...
Sometimes You Must Tell Your Heart to Beat Again

Sometimes You Must Tell Your Heart to Beat Again

By: Sheridan VoyseyI recently heard a fascinating story about a heart surgeon. At the end of one operation, he returned his patient’s heart back into the chest and began gently massaging it back to life. But the heart wouldn’t restart.More intense measures...
3 Keys to Asking Better Questions

3 Keys to Asking Better Questions

By: Michael McQueenI’m sure we have all at some point felt the effects of bad conversation. Awkwardness, offence, miscommunication are all rooted in conversations that didn’t achieve what they were supposed to. Core to everyday conversation, relationships,...
Teaching Teens About Healthy Disagreement

Teaching Teens About Healthy Disagreement

By: Robert GarrettIn Braving the Wilderness, author Brené Brown says, “In philosophy, “you’re either with us or against us” is considered a false dichotomy or a false dilemma. It’s a move to force people to take sides. [However]...
I Raised 3 Screenagers: A Gen X View of Gen Z

I Raised 3 Screenagers: A Gen X View of Gen Z

By: Susan SohnI was born in 1970, smack in the middle of Generation X births.Millennials had not emerged from Baby Boomers yet, and the zeitgeist of Gen Z right now (Stranger Things, and nostalgia for 80s vintage), was my teenage prime. For most of us in our 40s and...