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We are launching a little campaign here at Kinwomen.

We are all about starting conversations that matter.

How easy is it as women to talk about stuff that just isn’t important yet hide that which is deeply in our hearts?

We want to encourage you to start a conversation with someone that matters. Deep spirited, healthy, good for the soul kinda conversation.

That’s what kin were designed to do. Take a photo of your place where that conversation is happening, invite your friends to join us and  hashtag #kinconversation let’s encourage great communication rather than women getting together and talking smack!

We also want Kinwomen to be more than an online network, where we put our phones down and look our friends and family in the eyes.

Sometimes you have to disconnect to stay connected. Remember the old days when you had eye contact during a conversation? When everyone wasn’t looking down at a device in their hands? We’ve become so focused on that tiny screen that we forget the big picture, the people right in front of us.

Regina Brett

Join us, call a friend and start a conversation that matters today!

About Amanda

Amanda Viviers has published ten books and is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia. She is also the co-founder of Kinwomen; a network created to inspire women to start conversations that matter. Head of Narrative for Compassion Australia, she is driven by a passion for social justice, she loves supporting projects for women in developing countries. Teaching women to live creative lives, beyond the circumstances, is something she pursues daily. Wife of Charl and Mum of Maximus and Liberty, she lives a creative life, longing to see people live inspired. Pinterest/ Twitter/ @Mandaviviers Instagram: @amandaviviers Facebook: @amandaviviersperth

2 thoughts on “#kinconversation

  • Jen

    I heard on the Family Radio station about men and how in an argument me feel disrespected and women need to give respect, and she is surrounded with men, My comment is that I disagree that ‘only men need to be respected”, I am a woman and I feel not respected in an argument, and people in general feel at times not being respected, in an argument, and this include children who say they never felt respected , both boys and girl, so the belief that ‘ men need to be respected ” is a biased view, Jesus said ”love another’ not men only and respect is from love.

    • Amanda Post author

      Hello Jen,

      Thanks so much for your comment. They take a little while to come up that’s why your comments are only now here.

      I am not sure what you are referencing here but I agree no matter the gender, people should respect one another.

      Love one another, as I have loved you.

      Hope you have a good day.



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