It's hard for parents to know whether, or how, they should address suicide with their children.
Barrie's life dramatically changed when his marriage ended and the family unit fell apart. Forty years later, he reaches out to his long-lost son.
Ian Rose might whinge about having to attend his kids’ annual school production, but it slays him every time…
After observing grown-ups struggling with tasks, one-year-old babies make more effort themselves.
It’s hard to watch her suffer and wonder about the role I’ve played in her disorder.
“I’ve always felt our relationship was about her having power over me."
My Chinese-Christian parents won’t be able to participate in the upcoming same-sex marriage vote – and for that, I am relieved.
"A few months after my first child’s birth — months filled with panic, a chest full of pressure, and heart palpitations — a doctor finally explained that no,...
Stepfathers can be bogeymen in books and films, and too often in the news. Ian Rose has a good one - and he's more than just a substitute father-figure.
Thousands of mothers’ groups meet up every week in Australia but fathers’ groups are much rarer, even though it is well established that dads need support too.
Breakups are usually associated with romantic love. But how do we get over breakups with friends or family? Koraly Dimitriadis unpacks this tricky issue.
Ian Rose used to say he’d never have kids. Now that he does, he finds it’s got its perks.
Is it possible to fix an adult father-daughter relationship after it's been completely turned on its head after divorce?
"This is my story of how it felt when my daughter stopped speaking to me for what seemed an eternity. And how I strove for reconciliation."
Book Week is everyone's favourite school week - check out some of the most impressive costumes for Book Week 2017.
When Ian Rose’s son voices his disquiet about being half-Vietnamese, a parenting opportunity opens up.
Can writing a letter mend or hinder a broken relationship?
Ian Rose always thought he’d be the kind of laid-back, easy-going and low-maintenance parent who’d be the teacher’s pet. His son’s ASD is changing things.