Connect2 Resources for your Marriage

Married life can be filled with twists and turns, like when the day-to-day priorities and life's stresses throw a spanner into our plans? Or how about the times we run into conflict with our spouse? No matter the state of your relationship today, we want to equip you to help your marriage thrive.

Providing practical tips, tools and helpful resources, Connect2 serves as a one-stop guide in your journey to nurture the relationship that you desire. While there is no perfect marriage, there is always room to grow to be the best spouse we can be.

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24 Jul 2022
Family life specialist Ms June Yong said "if we volunteer our skills in areas where they are most needed, the school as a wider community of students, educators and parents benefit."
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24 Jul 2022
Family life specialist Ms June Yong said studies have found that fathers' school involvement is positively and directly associated with children's reading and maths skills, and approach to learning.
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20 Jul 2022
Principal counsellor Ms Alicia Boo said couples often share that their complementarity in personalities, values, future aspirations and outlook on life are key factors for their choice of partner.
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10 Jul 2022
Communication is still important, says Ms June Yong. "Your children still value your presence and loving support."
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26 Jun 2022
Family life specialist Ms Susan Koh says: "Be intentional to engage our children to talk about returning to school and what to expect instead of being on autopilot mode and letting things happen."
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26 Jun 2022
[Cyber-wellness expert] Mr Chong Ee Jay says organising and sharing family photos on social media has...bonding effects.
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06 Mar 2022
[Cyber-wellness expert] Mr Chong Ee Jay said it is important for parents not to blame their children but instead help them and let them know they are tackling the incident as a family.
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27 Feb 2022
Ms Alicia Boo, principal counsellor at Christian charity Focus on the Family Singapore, says with so much going on, new parents may also "feel a sense of having lost 'us'".
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25 Jan 2022
Noel Group partnered Focus on the Family Singapore early this month to send 20 Chinese New Year hampers and special 5-course sets to families in challenging situations

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