While parenting can be both challenging and rewarding, find helpful resources to help you navigate parenthood.
Whether you are preparing for or looking to strengthen your marriage, here are resources to help you along every step.
Growing up in a neighbourhood school, I was constantly fed with the idea that working hard was the only way to a better life. But in the push for excellence, perhaps we also need to remember to pull our children towards us for nurturing.
In today's digital age, where children are so immersed in technology, the threat of your child experiencing cyberbullying is very real. What can you do to help?
Exams – one of the most dreaded words in the Singapore parent’s dictionary. Throw in “DSA”, “AL levels”, “math problem sums”, and I am sure we can almost hear a collective groan amongst parents and children across the island.
I recently came across an account on bullying that took me by surprise. It wasn’t the act of bullying but the way the parents handled it that caught me off-guard.
All children feel anxious or worried from time to time. It is a normal part of growing up. As parents, we cannot shield our children from feelings of anxiety. How we can support them is to help them cope with their worries or anxieties. In a recent podcast, I shared four strategies using the acronym C.A.L.M to help parents support their anxious children.
Nicole and Jakin share from a young adult’s perspective on what adulting looks like and how you can set your teen up for success in navigating this life transition.
It’s so easy to feel overworked and under-appreciated. Apart from fishing for gratitude or affirmation from the husband and kids, what can we do to help ourselves ride out the tough days?
The news of the tragic incident at River Valley High School brought shock and caused concern to many of us this Monday afternoon. Here are some ways you can help your teens cope with bad news.
Give the gift of renewed hope and help for hurting families
Share your time and talent to impact families
Get involved in encouraging the families in your community and organisation