If you need parenting advice, get it from someone who has been there, done that. Repeatedly. Like Dr. Kevin Leman, who has five kids.... continue reading.
I used to insist all the time, thinking that I know better, that I can be of better help, or that things will be easier, if he would just listen to me. But this way of thinking is not the best if we aim to establish good relationships.... continue reading.
If you have a child who is hellbent on studying in the US despite President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, this will be an indispensable guide. Drawing on her own experiences and encounters, Jennifer Ann Aquino has put together a comprehensive, step-by-step guide that maps onto the US application timeline.... continue reading.
Title: The Politically Incorrect Parenting Book: 10 No-Nonsense Rules to Stay Sane and Raise Happy Kids Author: Nigel Latta Format: Paperback | 272 pages Publisher: Ebury Publishing Why is it so hard to be the parent you’d like to be? In the good old days,... continue reading.
I trusted my passion as well as my engineering background to kind of guide me through. I just did what was needed. I created my own patterns, starting with the basic shapes and eventually developing more fun patterns as my skills improved.... continue reading.
In Singapore, more than two young people aged 10 to 19 committed suicide every month in 2015*. This rate might not be the highest among all age groups, but remember, we are talking about teenagers who are not exposed to the pressures faced by adults... continue reading.
I believe that developing myself as a person is the key to supporting my child. My parenting is a SHARED journey with my child.... continue reading.
As parents, we have a lot to say when our children perform well in school (and especially when they don’t). But being affirming even in everyday life goes a long way to nurturing your children. Yes, some of you may struggle to go beyond the... continue reading.
During my Social Work placement in a special school, I met a Speech Therapist working with the children. It was an eye-opener to see how a child who could not speak, ‘telling’ us what she had wanted, through other means of communication.... continue reading.
The “writing” of a child may look like gobbledygook to an adult, but it is full of meaning to the preschooler who wrote it. Just ask her to read it back to you! Learning to write does take time. Just as learning to talk starts... continue reading.