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Common Sense Parenting®

    “Common sense is not so common.” — Voltaire   Over 10,000 parents had benefited from our workshops each year ever since Common Sense Parenting® (CSP) was brought to Singapore in 2002. Do you feel like a clueless parent who cannot even handle a toddler, child or teen? Ever wondered why your neighbours or relatives were […]

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    The Lure of Online Activities & How to Overcome It

        What is so attractive about online activities that so many of our children and teens are glued to them? What can parents and caregivers do to help the children and teens get out of this ‘addiction’ of online games and activities? Unless you understand what is luring the children and teens to online activities, […]

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      Limit Setting for Online Gaming & Activities

          In this age, it is THE Norm for children to own a smart phone and another electronic device either for studies or for leisure activities. Most children and teens find it a challenge to manage their time well and find a good balance between online and offline activities.   Key areas covered Parents will […]

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        When a Child/Teen Grieves

          Supporting our kids when they are hurt   Experiencing a significant transition or loss in the family can be traumatic for a parent and child. We can find ourselves grappling with many issues emotionally and relationally. It is possible to navigate the waters of these tough times. Join us for an insightful session on how […]

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          Understanding the Tween Years

            A Transition period for children and parents The pre-teen years is a time of transition for children and parents. As our children gain in critical thinking skills and experience the curiosity about life, they question instructions and standards that parents set. It can be challenging for parents to also learn how to mentor their children […]

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            The Rite Stuff

              Engaging teens in making the right decisions in life Concerned over the values and choices that your teens are making? Our teens today live in a much more complex and demanding world than their parents. With so much influence from the media and friends, our teens form values that differ from their parents’. Hence, many […]

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              Parents Just Don’t Get It!

                Finding the right ways to connect with your teens Do you find your teens rolling their eyes when you tried talking with them? Are you getting through to your teens? Do you envy parents who have a close relationship with their teens? As our children grow into teenagers, many parents sigh at the loss of […]

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                Love Talks (communication between parents)

                  Using the Love Languages to build your child’s Self Esteem  Seeking ways to enhance your children’s potential and further enrich your bond with them? Parents will discover their children particular love language according to The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. In Love Talks, parents will explore how to use the love languages to communicate […]

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                  Friends First

                    A Workshop for Parents on Coaching Their Teens about Love and BGR Worried about your teens getting involved in a boy-girl relationship at a young age? Popular culture tells them that love is passion and sex and freedom is doing anything they want. With the wide influences of media today, many relationships start at too […]

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                    Fishing for Positive Behaviour

                      No more shouting. No more ‘cold wars’. No more punishment. Simply fish for attitude and relationships in a fun and playful way!   Ever wonder if there is a better and less ‘painful’ way of teaching positive behaviour in your teen? Do you yearn to be a natural role model exuding positive behaviours for your […]

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