The first day of school can be both exciting and daunting for children. A child may be filled with anticipation at the thought of starting the new school year and making new friends, but yet, also be worried about the unknown – “Who will my... continue reading.
Every parent wants their child to grow up to be a contented and successful individual who leads a meaningful life. While most of us parents readily acknowledge that helping the child to cultivate a sense of independence is vital to achieve this goal, the reality... continue reading.
Learning the value that less is indeed more By Sue-Ann Lee School dismissal at 1:30pm, supplementary lessons at 2pm, home by 4:30pm, piano at 5pm, homework at 6:30pm, dinner at 7:30pm, Math tuition at 8pm, bed at 10pm. Phew! That’s the daily schedule of a... continue reading.
Don’t fight with your child, learn how to relate to them in a way that will build them up while teaching them boundaries and respect. This Parenting with Confidence workshop, organised by Focus on the Family Singapore, is designed to enable you to pick up... continue reading.
Failure is a valuable opportunity for your child to build their ‘resilience muscle’ By Judith Xavier It is every parent’s natural inclination to want their child to succeed – in school, at life and in relationships. Wanting or expecting our child to fail seems counter-intuitive,... continue reading.
Inculcating good manners in your child now can help them lead a more fulfilling life later. By Judith Xavier When we consider our children’s holistic development, the focus usually ends up on the academics, or enrichment programmes to broaden their horizons and teach them new... continue reading.
Are you struggling to tackle difficult conversations such as sex and money as your child hits adolescence? The secret to keeping the parent-teen relationship strong during this trying period lies in the parents’ ability to guide them in making critical choices while reinforcing foundational pillars.... continue reading.