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ParentEd - Focus on the Family Singapore EPISODE 26, 18th February 2021
This Is How I Prepare My Child for Successful Relationships

This Is How I Prepare My Child for Successful Relationships

For every parent, as our kids grow up, we watch on with a mixture of anticipation, awe and sometimes, fear. What if they make the wrong choices? Are they making friends in school? Or more importantly, who on earth is he or she dating?

Since who your child dates and ends up marrying will directly affect their lives, how do you help set them up to be able to have healthy and successful relationships?

Tune in to the conversation between ParentEd podcast host, Aaron Ng, and our guest, Percy Low, Partnership Manager with FamChamps, on how she prepares her children for successful friendships and future relationships.

Percy has more than 20 years of experience working and mentoring youths, as well as helping parents develop strong parenting skills. With the belief that Family is the bedrock of society and everyone has a role to build strong families, she hopes to inspire the next generation to believe, live out and champion family. Percy has been happily married to Luke Loh for 25 years and they have 3 beautiful daughters. 

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