My Sinchew/ Family

The role of mothers

'Motherhood' as I see, is a gift. It is a calling and a vocation from God. But, like all gifts, we have a choice of appreciating it, accepting it, and cherishing the responsibilities and joys it brings, or considering it an encumbrance and just a duty or even a burden. Our attitude must be examined.


Delighting in Your Child

When it comes to expressing love to our kids, it's not necessarily the creativity of activities but your attitude and the consistency in connecting with your child that are so critical.


10 secrets to a successful marriage

Successful couples are savvy. They read books, attend seminars, browse Web articles and observe other successful couples. However, successful couples will tell you that they also learn by experience – trial and error.


Living with a teenager

Parenting through the teen years, especially when dealing with rebellion, requires both tenacity and persistence. There are times when the "war" takes place between the mother and daughter and with on-going battles between the two. Mothers need the extra ounce of energy to go that extra mile and fathers to provide that shoulder of support when these battles happen.


Warning signs of an affair

Though affairs are often unpredictable, there are recognizable symptoms of a troubled marriage.


Disciplining the primary school child

One of the first words in a child vocabulary is "NO"--usually accompanied by an emphatic shaking of head. From where did he learn this? Chances are he learned it from his parents. What makes us say "no" more readily than "yes"? One of the reasons is that we are concerned about the child's safety. By saying "no" we seek to mark out the boundaries to protect him from harm and danger.


Dr Bill Maier addresses premarital sex issue

In an age when premarital sex and living together is becoming more and more common-place and acceptable within the social norms, it isn't often that couples discuss the negative aspects of premarital sex.


Caring for Ill or Aging Parents

Most parents are accustomed to caring for their children – no matter their ages. So what happens when these roles reverse?


Disciplining the preschool child

The preschool child is very active and enjoys this period of their life tremendously. Parents who recognize this can similarly enjoy this period together with the rambunctious child! Even though they may not be verbally fluent, they understand and observe more than we usually give them credit for. Treating them as individuals with personalities of their own and recognizing and respecting their likes and dislikes is an initial step in establishing a bond of love and mutual respect.


Family Fun Time photo contest

Take a FUN family photo during the holidays and share it with us! A grand prize of RM1,000 and many more prizes worth RM8,000 to be given away!