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The Danger of Emotional Affairs

By: Dr. Debbie L. Cherry Jake has been married to Kim for four years and feels good about how their relationship is going, except for their lack of time together. He admits his job is keeping him away, but he wants the promotion that’s coming up. (more…)

Christopher Robin Movie Review – Is It Too Bleak?

By: Laura Bennett Clearly, we just can’t enough of pooh. Winnie the Pooh that is. Not to be confused with last year’s Goodbye Christopher Robin and its original story of our favourite bear, Christopher Robin is an imaginary tale about a boy who’s too grown up. (more…)

Rewire Your Brain to Fight Anxiety

By: Carolyn McCulley Training our brains to battle anxiety through minor troubles develops emotional stamina to endure harder times. (more…)

Luda’s Operation Christmas Child Shoebox was a Life-Changing Experience

Above: Luda, an Operation Christmas Child ambassador. By: Clare Bruce For a little girl called Luda, growing up in Ukraine in the 1990s wasn’t easy. The Soviet Union had collapsed and many nations in the region sunk into poverty. (more…)

Pray Because You Need To

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez Pray because you want to, not because you’ve been told to! About ten years ago, my doctor told me that I had a serious health problem, and that if I didn’t address it, I would be in a wheelchair in a few years. He told me that I needed to change my diet and exercise regularly. At the time, I was feeling very unwell, so I was highly motivated to follow his instructions. I did it because I had to. Within a year, my health problem had cleared up. Then I stopped the exercise. (more…)

Body & Cyber Safety: How to Pre-Arm and Protect Your Children

By: Dr Justin Coulson In the past week I’ve been contacted by several parents. They’ve asked a number of questions, all along the same lines*: (more…)

My Health Record – Opt In or Opt Out? The Pros and Cons

By: Anne Rinaudo The opt out period for the My Health Record system will end on November 15. My Health Record is a Federal government initiative that aggregates all of your health data in one place. It has actually been operating for six years on an opt in basis and has about six million users. (more…)

Look for the Lie

By: Jennie Scott I wish I could remember where I first heard it, this truth that’s been rocking my world. I don’t know if it was on a podcast or in a book, on my TV or from my friend’s mouth. All I know is that I somehow jotted it down as a note in my phone, and I’ve been looking at it ever since. (more…)

6 Tips on How to Disagree Respectfully

By: Judah Kampkes Especially when it comes to sharing about faith, learning how to have a discussion about Jesus without it turning into a fist-fight is an art, but it’s something every Christian needs to be equipped to do. (more…)

7 Reminders for Task-oriented Parents

By: Cara Plett You're likely doing a good job taking care of your children. But how are you at being with them? (more…)