Monthly Archives: May 2011

Introducing my new book

Penguin have this week published my new book titled Answers to Everyday Questions about Relationships. As the title suggests, it contains my answers to the questions I get asked about everyday. It’s in a Q&A format and covers everything from … Continue reading

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We all do it at some point in our lives – we sabotage ourselves. I remember falling to the ground on the rare occasions I got the ball in backyard games of footy with my brothers – better to fall … Continue reading

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Shaping behaviour

No one should attempt to change another person. We need to tolerate our partner’s and our children’s faults – just as they need to tolerate our faults. But bad habits can be changed over time and we can help shape … Continue reading

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When does teasing become bullying? Australians are very good at teasing one another – probably because we tend to have a self-deprecating sense of humour. But there is a fine line between gentle teasing and harmful bullying. I listened to … Continue reading

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