Loving Relationships

loving relationships

Loving Relationships

Author: Rasheda Abdulla

How many times have we imagined what it will be like to be in love? From how they look, what race or nationality they will be to how much money they will make. Oh we know.

Along with the aesthetics of our love to be, we know how we want them to act and in particular, how we want them to treat us. We want to be loved entirely. But while having standards for the type of person we want to spend the rest of our life with is extremely important, we have to remember that we must be willing to reciprocate the same type of expectation we have for our significant other. It’s not about 50/50 in love, but about 100/100. That’s how you have a truly loving relationship. How much we are willing to put in must be equal to or more than what we get in return. Finding someone that will love us unconditionally means paying attention to character, ideals and on what and whom they place value. But that is only a piece of the puzzle. Continue reading

Our Projects

greeting cards

I’ve been working on several projects this year which will eventually create income for my organisation.  The first is that I am having greeting cards printed that will be packaged and sold in Sydney and Wollongong to start the flow of money that will then go on to develop other fund raising ventures.

The second is that I am having a classified/auction website developed that will allow me to sell the items that are donated to my organisation from generous men and women in my local area.  Once the money begins to flow, I will find a warehouse that can store the items that are donated, from where we will wash, dry, iron or repair (in the case of clothing), or restore (in the case of furniture) these items, and then send them to the buyer once they are sold through our classified website, or arrange to have them collected.

I am developing a number of other online businesses that will help to raise the funds needed to do what it is I want to do, plus, shortly we will be holding raffles with substantial prizes that can be won.

If you would like to donate $5 to the Loving Heart Foundation, please see my gig on fiverr here:

Thank you for your generous support.  🙂




Fighting Fair in Marriage

1 Corinthians 13 vs 4-8

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

English Standard Version (ESV)

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

Love never ends. As for prophecies, they will pass away; as for tongues, they will cease; as for knowledge, it will pass away.

About Love Honour and Respect

About Love Honour and Respect

About Love Honour and Respect

This site is about Love, Honour and Respect, and is the education arm of the Loving Heart Foundation Australia. We are a community foundation that aims to provide teens and adults with clear and accurate information on: sexual harassment; sexual assault; and dating, gender and domestic violence, which can hopefully lead to reducing the aforementioned.  This information, in isolation, is not enough to end all forms of violence. However, when used in conjunction with a community effort and self awareness by the victim, violence can be eradicated.

Private, Not-For-Profit Foundation

The Loving Heart Foundation Australia is a non-government,  not for profit private organisation that has commenced in NSW, Australia and will expand nationwide as it grows. It is committed to the prevention and elimination of all forms of violence, from intimidation and harassment to domestic violence and sexual assault.  We firstly work to enhance safety and provide awareness so that date rape, rape and domestic violence will not occur. Then we aim to provide justice for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by supporting and building upon the services provided by the network of local programs available everywhere. To learn more about what we do, visit our website at

You can make a difference for teens and adults in your community if you practice the things you learn from our site by speaking out against violence and by reporting any abuse, harassment, disrespect or date rapes that you see or experience yourself. Start by educating yourself and your community by listening to or reading the information that you find on our website. Then share the information with friends, family, teachers, coaches, mentors and community members so that they too can speak out against all forms of violence and abuse.

Don’t be a passive bystander. Get involved by promoting public awareness activities to highlight the issue within your schools, workplaces and community. Your active involvement in reaching and teaching women of all ages, from children to teens to adults, is a critical first step to ending the violence!

For Teens and Young Adult Women:

Dating violence, like domestic violence, is a pattern of controlling and abusive behaviours. Perpetrated by one man or woman over another within a romantic relationship. It can include verbal, emotional, physical, sexual, and financial abuse. Plus, it can occur in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. It knows no boundaries and crosses all lines of race, socio-economic status, etc. It CAN happen to ANYONE.

If you are a teen or young adult who has experienced dating or sexual abuse, please seek advice. Or, you may want to get counseling about it. Lifeline offers a telephone counseling service on 1800 737 732 where you can talk to someone who will listen. He or she can advise you what can be done about the situation.  You may need help from the police and other such officers. Please do not hesitate to call if you feel you need help.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, you can ring the Domestic Violence Line for help on 1800 656 463