Learn what it takes to live a healthier and fulfilling life
Author: Jared Talavera
I have done research in the areas of autism and child working memory with The University of Melbourne, Murdoch Children's Research Institute and Royal Children’s Hospital. Since 2013, I have been scripting letters for people going through difficult life circumstances through The World Needs More Love Letters. In 2014, I was selected as an ambassador for the One Girl organization to raise awareness and funds for girls education in West Africa.
Professor Claire Wakefield leads one of Australia’s largest psycho-oncology research groups that is working towards improving the quality of life of families with children who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Prof Wakefield is head of the behavioural sciences unit for the Kids Cancer Centre at the Sydney Children’s Hospital.
She explains, “nobody wants to hear the words your child has cancer.”
Falling in love is quick but learning to maintain a strong and healthy relationship is a lifelong rewarding pursuit. I asked seven couples from around the world to share what they have learnt about love and relationships.