El-Rahi , Tamara
16 Articles at Lifeissues.net

Tamara El-Rahi is an associate editor of MercatorNet. A Journalism graduate from the University of Technology Sydney, she lives in Australia with her husband and two daughters.

Articles

New! Helping our teens navigate gender ideology: ages 14-18

Principles and scenarios for speaking to older kids about gender ideology with clarity and respect.

Date posted: 2020-10-17

Helping our kids navigate gender ideology: ages 11 to 13

It's important to be able to speak to our kids about complex issues, with clarity and respect for the people involved.

Date posted: 2020-09-26

We should be hearing more about the 'marriage gap'

Have the benefits of marriage become a middle-class secret?

Date posted: 2020-09-26

Lockdown lessons

Being stuck at home had some benefits after all.

Date posted: 2020-07-25

'If we want to renew our world, we must start with the family'

Mike and Alicia Hernon, an Ohio couple who created the Messy Family Project, are visiting Australia for a line-up of talks and events (details below). Their podcast delves into all things parenting and marriage, and has 20,000 downloads a month from people around the world. Tamara El-Rahi, a Sydney mum who is organising the Hernons' visit for The Marriage Project, asked them a few questions about the Messy Family journey.

Date posted: 2019-05-25

Mourning after miscarriage

A baby lost to this world but not to our hearts.

Date posted: 2017-06-02

What we love about mothers and motherhood

Motherhood: thoughts from young mums.

Date posted: 2017-05-22

Managing mum stress

A few ideas for when the going gets hard.

Date posted: 2017-02-09

Affluenza: the sickness of the rich

Privileged youth are checking themselves into a rehab of sorts.

Date posted: 2016-12-31

Should life be happy or meaningful?

Seems like 'meaningful' is the way to go.

Date posted: 2016-10-30

Hormonal contraception linked to depression

A huge study finds that users face higher risks to their mental health.

Date posted: 2016-10-15

What your kids will remember about you

Parenting is hard work. It calls on mothers and fathers to really forget themselves and put their kids first.

Date posted: 2016-09-27

New baby, new wonders

First impressions from the first weeks of parenthood.

Date posted: 2016-07-11

Pre-marriage questions to ask

Couples can invest better in their futures by asking more of the tough questions.

Date posted: 2016-04-14

Freezing your eggs isn't taking

Author Aidan Madigan-Curtis talks about her experience with egg freezing, and it's not like she paints a glamorous picture - 11 days of self-injecting hormones, egg extraction surgery, mood swings, bodily changes and a huge hit to your wallet. But she does glam it up with her claims of "taking control."

Date posted: 2016-02-03

Pregnancy: an everyday miracle

A few weeks before I knew I was pregnant, something felt different. I avoided soft cheese when offered, just in case. And I continued to wonder whether maybe, just maybe, there might be a special little life growing inside of me

Date posted: 2016-01-10