COMMUNITY & RELATIONSHIP


  • Jenna Trostle

    Ethical non-monogamy – an introduction

    There are many ways to relate both openly and with integrity. Is ethical non-monogamy for you? What is ethical non-monogamy? Ethical non-monogamy (ENM) is a growing trend in society. ENM involves people having some sort of relationship with more than one person at a time, and where all people involved ...

  • Roslyn Saunders

    Are you dying a codependent death?

    Codependency is a lethal and rarely acknowledged addiction. Here’s how to recognise if you’re affected, and what to do about it. Saturday morning, 15 January, 2000, was my Armageddon. I’d been hospitalised – again. Not for treatment of cancer, stroke, or heart disease, but for my codependence. Begging to die ...

  • Bianca Hunter

    From breakup to breakthrough

    Relationship endings can be powerful new beginnings if we choose to let them be. Just as the earth orbits the sun, we, as sentient beings, are drawn in by the gravitational pull of love. We yearn for it. We idolise it. Books and poetry and songs are written about it. ...

  • Johanna Kern

    Relationship crashers – the 7 ghosts of our past and what to do about them

    They’re uninvited guests to our banquet of love. They will get us where they want us if we don’t deal with them. We all want the same things: good health, fulfilment, a loving relationship/family, and comfort in life. While the details of how we see our needs fulfilled might vary ...

  • Jules Sutherland

    Making life my lover

    After years of personifying everything from coffee to heartbreak to music, I decided to create a little character called life – and then take it as my lover. Personifying random stuff I’m a big fan of personifying random stuff. By that I mean taking abstract or formless things – like ...

  • Michelle Teunon

    The lessons of summer

    Summer is a period of outward activity and self-expression. What would you like to bring into your life in 2019? Summer is the time of year when the sun is at the height of its power – its flame is fully ignited, bursting with energy and radiance. We naturally feel ...

  • Michelle Janssen

    How to set boundaries with friends who ask too much

    How often do you say yes and then relentlessly complain about the task at hand? The remedy to this is to set clear boundaries. Here’s how. A work colleague turns to you, points at her phone and bemoans the latest activity she’s been convinced to do. We’ve all been there. ...

  • Sharon Jackson

    Meet Mr P – local identity, therapist, and cockatoo

    Even a five-minute interaction with Mr P brightens the day of dozens of people that he meets. While walking around my local shopping centre one day, I heard the distinctive voice of a sulphur-crested cockatoo: “Hello Cocky!” To my surprise and absolute delight, I met local man Clive and his ...

  • Anne Hunter

    How to manage jealousy

    Jealousy impacts all of us at some time. How can we deal with the green-eyed monster in a way that empowers us and supports our relationship choices? The green-eyed monster If you’re breathing then you’ve probably experienced jealousy in some form during your life. We’re all familiar with the stereotypical ...

  • Dane Tomas

    5 keys to more conscious relationships

    Conscious relating can be a powerful personal development practice. However, it can also be a challenge – here are some great strategies to consider Some days it seems like the idea of ‘conscious’ relationship is making its way gradually into the mainstream. Other days, when I watch a movie, or ...

  • Jodie Milton

    5 tips to prevent complacency from ruining your relationship

    Complacency has the power to derail even the best of relationships – but it doesn’t have to. Here are 5 simple ways to complacency-proof your relationship. If there’s one death trap for relationships, it’s complacency. You know what it looks like: taking each other for granted, not bothering to say ...

  • Shakti Durga

    Where did I go in that relationship?

    We all have to deal with boundaries in relationships. How do you know if they are unhealthy, and set up healthy, nurturing ones? Trouble with boundaries can arise when you don’t feel comfortable with what your beloved (partner, mother, sibling, friend, child) wants to do, but they are super keen ...



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