Can we learn from the wrong decisions of others and spare ourselves from going through the guaranteed pain and the consequences of those mistakes?
“The issue is this, if you change the law about marriage, what do you do with people whose views about marriage don’t change?”
Neil Foster, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Newcastle, discusses the rules governing the SSM survey campaigns.
“What’s going on is a very serious debate, right at the heart of law, about whether ‘diversity’ will allow different views on marriage.”
We know it’s important to keep in shape, eat well, and stimulate our brains by learning new things. But to be whole, we also need food for the soul.
Did you wake up today feeling like you’re missing out on something? Are you tempted to book your place in the queue for the revolutionary iPhone X?
Millennial consumers are calling for healthy, ethical alternatives to traditional products and giant brands like Coke, are catching on.
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens2Teen. The first sign of a mental health issue in teenagers is often a drop in grades. Here’s what parents can do when it’s time to make a choice.
Can you trust what you see? Sometimes our eyes play tricks on us — or at least that’s what it seems.
Building trust in the relationship to handling discipline to offering forgiveness, this is some encouragement for women that hold the role of stepmum.