Category Archives: emotional well-being

  1. A Blue Christmas Service: If You’re Hurting at Christmas


    23 December 2014 by thaliakr

    A Blue Christmas online service for those who are hurting | | Image credit: Blue Christmas, Aki Sato

    What is a Blue Christmas Service? Guest writer Melanie recently reflected on the process of putting together a Blue Christmas …
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  2. 10 Things I Learned from Preparing a Blue Christmas Church Service [Guest]


    23 December 2014 by thaliakr

    Find out about 'Blue Christmas' services, for when Christmas isn't happy |

    A warm welcome to guest poster, Melanie Carroll, who is writing today about the Blue Christmas service she ran on …
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  3. Jamie Oliver and I Are Not on the Same Parenting Page


    20 November 2014 by thaliakr

    Dr Seuss, Horton Hears a Who: A person's a person no matter how small |

    It seems that Jamie Oliver – cheeky television chef with the ‘beestung lips’ and the Essex accent – and I …
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  4. Single #6: Three Things I’ve Learned [Guest]


    13 August 2014 by thaliakr

    You might remember wedding celebrant, community worker and all-round high-quality human being Laura Giddey from this cool post about buying …
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  5. Making Parenting Easier #1: 12 Ideas to Make You Feel Better


    5 August 2014 by thaliakr

    Some great ideas to make life easier as a parent |

    This is part of a series aiming to help us all go easier on ourselves and make our parenting lives …
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  6. 6 Golden Tips for Becoming a Great Listener


    1 August 2014 by thaliakr

    Want to be a sought-after listening ear? Upskill with these helpful tips |

    This is a reworking of an earlier post that was part of the Generous Lent series, just to make it …
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  7. Magic Words: Helping Teens Find (Cool) Ways of Saying ‘No’


    15 June 2014 by thaliakr

    Yet again a post in this series is purely about pointing you to someone else’s cool post. Glennon Doyle Melton …
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