8 Exam Stress Busters For Parents and Kids
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8 Exam Stress Busters For Parents and Kids

Exams are an inevitable part of our children’s lives. And so is the stress that comes with it. Therefore, developing a strategy to manage the exam period and teaching our kids to be resilient against exam stress are essential skills to empower them for life. Here are some strategies I have adopted that help me…

Teenager Posture Problems: Tips For Parents
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Teenager Posture Problems: Tips For Parents

Slouching and poor postures seem to be an omnipresent trait of teenage awkwardness. In some children, sudden growth spurts made them seem taller overnight. This sudden height increase can be both exhilarating and terrifying at the same time for your child. In this post, we examine teenage posture problems and offer some tips for parents…

5 Basic Study Skills for Primary 1 to 3 Students
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5 Basic Study Skills for Primary 1 to 3 Students

Want to help your kids to score well in primary school? Here are 5 basic skills parents can foster to ensure that they have a smoother academic path in their future school years. 1) Reading Skills Reading is an essential skill for every subject that your child will study now and later in Secondary school. Other than reading to…

Featured in The Sunday Times Connect – Hugs or Yikes?

Featured in The Sunday Times Connect – Hugs or Yikes?

Do you hug your kids enough? Are you generous with physical affectionate touch for your loved ones? We tell you in this post. My family is featured in a double page spread in the Sunday Times Connect today! The feature is on physical affection between family members and how generations past and future differ in…

Featured In Social Media Week: Growing Up On Facebook
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Featured In Social Media Week: Growing Up On Facebook

How much exposure is TOO MUCH? This was the discussion focus in Growing Up On Facebook, one of a series of provoking topics discussed during the Social Media Week (SMW). Terrance Tang, Me, Kelvin Ang, Paul Gage and Felicia Chin I was invited to participate as a panel speaker from a parent’s perspective – do…