Wellbeing in families: it’s a matter of balance
When I was a young girl I daydreamed quite a bit wishing my life was different. The primary school I attended held an annual raffle and one year the prize was a doll’s house. It was a beautiful house with a blue roof with many…
Babies weren’t the only things thrown into the pool
If I had a dime for every time I was asked, “Hey, are they all yours?” – referring to my children – I’d be a very wealthy woman by now! People often asked me why I wanted so many children and I’d compare raising a…
Keeping your Marriage on Track – turning the Coronavirus into a Honeymoon-virus
We all have romantic ideas of how our honeymoon should be. Well, my honeymoon was far from romantic. For some insane reason we thought a 3-day road-trip from Sydney to Queensland was a good idea – IT WASN’T. Leading up to our Wedding Day my…
Coping with a death of a child
Throughout our marriage my husband and I have experienced a range of joys and sorrows that allowed us to suffer and to grow on many levels. However, I must say our greatest sorrow was the death of our baby boy, Joseph John. In 1985 I…
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