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  • Barry & Joyce Vissell

    The 3 parts of relationship commitment

    How do you know if you have true commitment in your relationship? There are three parts, which lead to greater intimacy and trust, with yourself and others.   What’s commitment? What does it mean to be fully committed in a relationship? The traditional meaning has to do with focusing your ...

  • Joyce Vissell

    Don’t cry because it’s over

    When a person ruminates over all of the details of a break up, they stay in the pain, and it can even become worse with time. But what to do with the hurt?   “Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” Those nine words by Ted Geisel (Dr. ...

  • Nicole Feledy

    Avoiding the ‘four horsemen’ in relationships

    Strong relationships are built on effective communication, but how do we achieve this?   When relationships fail it hurts. The pain reaches your core, clutching the heart and squeezing the air from your lungs. I speak from experience, I’ve failed twice. Twice married, twice divorced, twice experienced the anguish of ...

  • Australian Homeopathic Association

    Homeopaths call on government to reveal the truth

    Media Release from the Australian Homeopathic Association in response to recommendations to potentially ban homeopathic products from sale in pharmacies.   Natural therapists and homeopaths have called on the Federal Government to come clean about “bias” which threatens to restrict access to complementary medicines. The Australian Homeopathic Association (AHA) has ...

  • Living Now

    Banjos, Boots & Beyoncé

    St Martins Youth Arts Centre presents the world premiere of Banjos, Boots & Beyoncé (a different kind of bush dance) Kids call the shots in this riotous night of dance, banter and iced vovos Take your partner by the hand as St Martins – one of Australia’s leading theatre companies working with children, throws ...

  • Grace Harris-Galbraith

    Sexuality as a spectrum

    The way we see sexuality and the language we use to describe it is often so rigid. The reality is sexuality can be surprisingly fluid.   Do words fall short? Once the language of sexuality fell short, and huge groups of people didn’t have the words to express their sexual ...

  • Kimberley Lipschus

    Parental burnout

    Postpartum depression is a life changing diagnosis for a new parent. But many symptoms and experiences of parental burnout don’t get reported or are closely guarded and therefore, slip through the cracks.   Her husband has valiantly taken her two-year-old to the park to have some time out. The baby, ...

  • Barry & Joyce Vissell


    Seven primary ingredients to creating a REALationship, one that thrives with loving connection.   REALationship… Okay, it’s a cute word. But what does it mean to have a real relationship, a relationship with substance? What does it take to have a relationship that not only lasts, but also thrives with ...

  • Emma Stephens

    LivingNow community June 2017

    Emma writes on independent media, choice, connection within the community, & the articles published for June 2017 LivingNow magazine. Hello lovely LivingNow community ? I don’t know about you, but I’m rather concerned about the lopsidedness of much of the ‘news’ & information prevalent in most media currently. I’ve been ...

  • Tamara Kay

    The mindful separation

    It can be hard and painful at first, but a new and improved life after your separation is often the reward, if you are willing to do the work.   “New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings”, said the wise Lao Tzu. As a mindful separation consultant, I see ...

  • Gemma Di Bari

    Well-being coaches in schools: the way forward

    Employing life or well-being coaches in our schools is one way to support teens in navigating the choppy waters of the high school years and become resourceful.   A new direction for education We’ve reached a critical point – traditional education needs a new direction in order to truly assist ...

  • Julie-Ann Harper

    Nurturing children’s spirituality

    If we strengthen children’s spirituality from an early age, then they won’t need to wait until middle age to realise that many of the answers come from within.   Many of us seek enlightenment or the spiritual path when we tire of consumerism and seek nourishment for our soul. My ...

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