Knot Yet! #5: Responsibility Phobia

What comes first, maturity or the responsibility? In the world of adultesence, the absence of the necessity to be responsible, delays maturity.Most of us look back at adolesence and shiver – it’s a

Knot Yet! #5: Responsibility Phobia2016-07-06T18:32:35+10:00

Knot Yet! #4: Marriage Horizon

Marriage and family are well known to have a ‘civilising’ influence on participants. We really noticed this impact in ourselves when we had our first child. All of a sudden we cared

Knot Yet! #4: Marriage Horizon2015-01-15T14:58:26+11:00

Knot Yet! #3: Ticking Clocks

We’re all familiar with the proverbial ‘biological clock’ that relentlessly taunts childless women reminding them that their time is running out. It’s one of the reasons that women get serious about getting

Knot Yet! #3: Ticking Clocks2021-01-04T16:43:58+11:00

Knot Yet! #1: Too Young to Wed

It’s no news to anyone that the age at first marriage has been steadily rising in almost every developed nation over the past four decades. In the 1960’s both men and women

Knot Yet! #1: Too Young to Wed2015-01-15T14:58:35+11:00

Knot Yet #8: Finding Myself

When emerging adults in committed relationships are polled about why they haven’t yet married, a common theme is ‘the need to find themselves’. They don’t feel ready to give themselves totally in

Knot Yet #8: Finding Myself2015-01-15T15:06:17+11:00

Knot Yet! #7: The Continuity Factor

Many people assume that what they do as singles will not affect their future marriage relationship. They see single life as the opportunity to ‘have some fun’ and ‘live it up’ before

Knot Yet! #7: The Continuity Factor2015-01-15T15:06:17+11:00

Knot Yet! #6: The Marriage Drain Myth

“You’re throwing your life away!”, was the message one bride in her early twenties was told. Many people delay marriage, and discourage other young would-be newly weds, because they believe that marriage

Knot Yet! #6: The Marriage Drain Myth2015-01-15T15:06:17+11:00
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