Ep 8: Conflict Management In Marriage

We are all imperfect communicators. We think we know what we are saying but sometimes we are not aware of the emotions involved. The slight change of intonation and emphasis can cause a conflict. Conflict among partners is inevitable, listen to this episode to know how you and your partner can manage conflict better! It is important to know how to articulate your feelings and learn some tips to manage conflicts in a marriage.

Ep 7: Communication In Marriage

Communication is key in achieving connection and intimacy in a relationship. This episode discusses about communication as the backbone of a marriage relationship. When communication breaks down, the marriage will start to crack and partners will feel the distance between them increasing.

Ep 6: Beware of The Marriage Breakers (Part 2)

One of the keys to good parenting is a strong marriage. When fathers treat their wives well and do what they can to keep the whole family intact, they are modelling to their children what they should do to have a healthy family in the future! Listen to this episode to know more about the next two indicators of marriage breakers!

Ep 5: Beware of The Marriage Breakers (Part 1)

We will be covering the first part of marriage breakers in the fifth episode. Marriage is a big topic and many couples do not realise that the key to good parenting is a strong marriage. Fathers when they treat their wives well and do what they can to keep the whole family intact, they are modelling to their children what they should do to have a healthy family in the future! Listen to this episode to know more about the first two indicators of marriage breakers!

Ep 2: Strong Minds, Soft Hearts

Our children’s education is something very close to our hearts and the Singapore education system can be very pressurizing. They might not know how to handle the pressure and many of them come to the point where they feel like they can’t do it. Listen to this episode to know how Dads can play a part in helping the child to develop mental resilience skill!✨

Ep 1: Papa, don’t teach

Singaporean parents are very concerned about their children’s education and academic performance. As a result, many kids spend hours at tuition on top of the normal school hours. [In one report, it is said that that the tuition industry has grown from $650 million (2008) to $820 million (2013) and is currently worth over $1.4 billion in 2019] And at home, parents also try to help their kids with homework and revision. Today we will try to answer the question: What is the father’s role in his child’s education?

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