Tag Archive for: friendship

Creating Safe Neighbourhoods Starts With a Single Word

Getting to know new people can be daunting at first, but Ben Hannant encourages us to start simple: “All you have to do is say hello.”

This Simple Act Can Really Make Your Life Count

Among charities that offer friendship to the elderly, it’s the students, young mums and other volunteers who say they benefit most.

Building a Sisterhood for Women to Support Each Other

Women need to join forces to support each other in the multiple roles we face as mother, daughter, wife, employee, nurse and schedule-holder.

How to Build a Strong Support Network: 3 Keys

Our social wellness plays a very big role in our physical and mental health. Here are some keys to building a strong quality support network.

Check In With Others to Show Your Support

It doesn’t take a lot to check in with someone. If you’re a leader, there are simple steps you can take to check in with your team, too.

Why Can’t Us Men Tell Each Other How We Feel?

Why is it, in male friendships, that when a mate gets close, all we can do is joke, asks writer Sheridan Voysey.

How to Pray for Your Friends Who Don’t Know Jesus Yet

Talking to your friends about Jesus doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. Why not pray together?

How to Do Friendship With the Opposite Sex – God Conversations

Back in the first century, it wasn’t normal for men and women to be friends. But with his radical new ethic of equality, Jesus changed that.

How to Be a Better Friend and Understand Your Adult Children

By: Jenny Baxter How do you be a better friend, colleague, or for that matter, mother to your adult children?

Four Things You Should Never Say to Someone Who is Hurting

Sometimes it can be hard to know what to say to comfort a friend who is hurting. A good place to start is with what NOT to say!

Australians Feel Their Friendships Have Deepened Over 2020, According to New Report

A new Friendship Report from Snap Inc has found many Australians feel social media has played an important role in keeping them going.

What Your Friend Really Needs When Their Going Through a Divorce

Not every person facing divorce is the same, but I believe there are 10 universal needs that most who are divorcing share.

Are Your Kids ‘Fun’? It Matters.

When things go wrong these children look for the good, rather than dwell on the bad. And they’re much more fun in situations that aren’t always perfect.

Don’t Just Find Your Tribe, Open the Circle and Let People In

Who else would be grateful for an open invitation into your tribe today? Love often lies on the other side of convenience.

Let’s Be Collaborators, Not Competitors!

As a mum, I know how easy it is to fall into the trap of seeing other mothers as competitors. When we meet another mum, we start making comparisons.

How to Make Friends When Your Church is Full of Cliques

“A lot of these mums I have known for a few years; I have tried to build a relationship with them, but it never seems to go anywhere”