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About musings with Susanna Freymark

Fluctuating between musings on the sexuality of wildlife, the despair of the environmentalist who understands the ecological imperative of change that is not happening fast enough, the diarist detailing her first coherent steps as a writer plus lots...

Chemicals, hormones and love

According to Professor Carl E. Wood of Melbourne’s Monash University, relationship failure may be as much about a brain chemical mismatch as the usual psychological reasons, that there are chemicals controlling our ability to bond with another...
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Links To Social Issue Articles

The following is a list of links to various articles relating to the various social issues of our times that have been selected from other websites. Please feel free to email links to any articles you have come across you think might be of interest...

No U In Love

Love is where you are not. It would bomb as a pick up line, but it’s a concept of love worth pondering. They are the words of Jiddu Krishnamurti, a spiritual teacher who travelled the world in the twentieth century extolling the merits of...

Longer lasting sex, the reality

The commercial success in 2008 of 'Longer Lasting Sex' advertising campaigns speaks volumes about society's dissatisfaction with sex, or at least a dissatisfaction with the distance between our sex lives and that which the media tells us is...

Bert Hellinger’s Family Constellation

In April 2000, I travelled to London to participate in a compelling teaching seminar on Family Systems Therapy. It was led by the internationally acclaimed German psychotherapist and author Bert Hellinger. Somehow that experience has changed the way...

Making Love

In our modern sexual society there is a way in which our desire for intimacy and connection has simply been sexualised and cheapened, turned into a commodity for sale, and our deeper longings for something more real have been ignored or trampled...

Are our memories actually ours?

Ever had a déjà vu experience? Ever wondered why you have an extreme response to certain situations and feel irrational fear of...

Relating As A Window To The Soul

Our relating stories are perhaps the richest arena there is for teaching us about life and ourselves. Whatever unresolved issues we have lurking in our emotional closets will come to the surface – not just with a lover, also with friends and...