Our children are dying. Simply put, no beating around the bush; our children are dying and we are standing around watching helplessly. Oh yes, we all exclaim “what is happening in the world”, though that is often the extent of our response. Simply because we have no idea what we can do about it! Last … More The deadliest epidemic that mankind faces: What can you do?
This may be a shock to you, though 37.3% of Australians aged 14 years and over consume alcohol on a weekly basis; 7.7% of Australians aged 14 and over have used analgesics for non-medical purposes once or more in their life; 4.5% of Australians aged 14 years and over have used tranquillisers/sleeping pills (including benzodiazepines) for … More Addiction proof your child
“There’s a phrase, “the elephant in the living room”, which purports to describe what it’s like to live with a drug addict, an alcoholic, an abuser. People outside such relationships will sometimes ask, “How could you let such a business go on for so many years? Didn’t you see the elephant in the living room?” … More Drugs and the addict: A destructive relationship
Empowering words from Karena for anyone who loves an addict.
Today is the beginning of Mental Health Week, though how does it affect you? Does it cause you to stop and think? Or do you find you continue on your day-to-day routine, forgetting until you see that post on Facebook? Just like mental illnesses, this week can often be unseen – either because we do … More Mental Health Week: 5 ways you can respond
Growing up I dreamed of having 6 kids, going to Africa to help with missions, explored every opportunity to sponsor kids, I jumped at every opportunity to help others before considering what was involved. I still do mind you, though I have improved a lot. A lot of my desire to help others, was actually … More Helping others: 5 questions to boost your helping productivity
The first thing I do when I begin to get anxious is to try and distract myself from the anxious thought. Funny thing is that when I try to not think about it, I find I can’t think of anything else! So why do we get anxious? Everyone gets anxious – the year 12 student … More Anxiety: Is it really a bad thing?
In a war, a country never fights on their own – allies are drawn in through their friendships with other countries in order to fight the battle. So why should anyone fight a war within themselves by themselves? Why do it alone when there is always someone to recruit, no matter where they come from … More You Don’t Have to Fight Alone