As parents, we desire to have good relationships with our children, but it often gets challenging once they hit their teenage years. What can we do to have respectful and robust conversations with our teens?
Join our host, Chong Ee Jay, who chats with Yvonne Kong-Ho, a passionate coach specialising in workforce development and mother of two children, 11 and 13.
Parenting children with different personalities and communication styles, Yvonne shares how she learnt to be more intentional in entering and holding space for conversations with them.
Yvonne's goal is to be a coach, mentor and friend to her children, even when they are adults. With the help of 5Cs, she believes that investing and building the relationships now will allow parents to play those important roles for the rest of their children's lives.
"(Being a parent means)...being there to serve (my children), to bless them, to help them, because I know it's really not an easy world that they are in."
What better way to kickstart your daughter's entry into teenage years than to have an unforgettable father-daughter date?
Join us at Date with Dad, where fathers are given an opportunity to affirm and celebrate their teen daughter's milestone and journey to becoming a confident young woman.
Saturday, 12 November 2022 | 2-5 PM | Hilton Singapore Orchard
$225 / father-daughter pair
Includes High Tea, a Worth the Wait ring, and specially designed resources worth $320 in total.
Registration is open at www.family.org.sg/DatewithDad.
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