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I think, therefore I am.

How I met my mother: Part 4

Loyalty is a very important quality - and one I learned from my mother

Family Relationships Sport Politics
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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
Clothing and being seen out in public was a symbol of status for my mother.

How I met my mother: Part 3

Caring what other people think of me is not a quality I like and one I will eradicate.

Family Relationships Philosophy
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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
Like most post-war mothers, mine had an incredibly strong work ethic.

How I met my mother: Part 2

She was tough, but my mother gave me the qualities I admire most in myself.

Family Relationships Ageing
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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
The women in my family were strong and stoic.

How I met my mother: Part 1

This is not about the Oedipus complex. It's about love and how it can shape who you are.

Relationships Kindness Social Issues
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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
Tell your child they are beautiful, unique and capable of anything.

Positive self-image, your greatest gift to a child

Socialisation impacts on our self-image - and our self-image impacts on our capacity to contribute to our community.

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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
For most of us, religion is learned in our younger years.

I did not choose my beliefs

None of us choose what we believe. In fact, we have little say in this. Like yours, my beliefs are the outcome of a...

Religion Social Issues Philosophy
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Over 1 year ago
(Love & Relationships)
The last two Australians to receive the dealth penalty, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.

We're all a product of our environment

No one is 100% responsible for their behaviour, because we are all products of our environment.

Relationships Religion Philosophy
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Over 1 year ago
(Headlines)
Why is our uniqueness challenged, and sameness celebrated? Picture: iStock.

Conversations with God: I was born unique

Unique is good. Unique people move the world forward. So why do we try to make people all the same?

Relationships Ageing Philosophy
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Over 1 year ago
Time to let your unique flag fly.

Conversations with God: Why am I different?

Why are some people 'different' and why have conversations with God?

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Almost 2 years ago
(Love & Relationships)
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