Adeloju, Helena
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Helena Adeloju is an online journalist in Melbourne. She is also currently studying for a postgraduate Diploma of Arts in Bioethics.


When parents value selflessness, so most likely will their children

But such virtues have to be taught, not just caught, a study shows.

Date posted: 2017-07-16

Cultivating a sense of wonder in children

Parents can do a lot through the events of daily life.

Date posted: 2017-05-23

Dad and daughter dynamics

Some tips from the father of four girls.

Date posted: 2017-05-22

Forging mother-daughter bonds

Surprise outings and sharing friends are recommended.

Date posted: 2017-05-09

The loneliness of the middle-aged man

It made for a bold headline when the Boston Globe published The Biggest Threat facing middle age men isn't smoking or obesity. It's loneliness.

Date posted: 2017-05-07

A miracle only a mother could work

How often have we watched with ecstatic delight as a small child and sometimes a new born infant is rescued in the aftermath of a hurricane or earthquake disaster? Often these children and their lives represent a sign of hope and joy despite the insurmountable magnitude of catastrophe.

Date posted: 2014-01-18

Protect trees - but not the family tree?

Nearly two years ago there were already an estimated 60,000 children in Australia conceived through sperm donation. These children have no idea who their biological fathers are, and as a result have no hope of finding them. Surely this is another stolen generation?

Date posted: 2014-01-18

Facebook fail

I am no friend of a networking site that leaves me unprotected from offensive ads and posts.

Date posted: 2013-04-18