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Incentives to put away the phone

KUALA LUMPUR: In a sign of the times, Malaysians are being offered incentives to put away their mobile phones during meal times under a Government-backed campaign that they be mindful of their social graces.

Balance is key in raising teens

PETALING JAYA: Parents of teenagers have to balance the need between giving their growing children more independence and still giving them enough tender, loving care, says Focus on the Family Malaysia curriculum manager Joshua Liong.

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Parent-Teen Relationship: Bridging the Gaps

StarLIVE Talk Session invited The Focus on the Family Malaysia Curriculum manager Joshua Liong for a talk on parent-teen relationship on Saturday.

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When should discipline begin?

A new parent is anxious to raise his child right, and that includes knowing when to lay down the rules.

Youths: No sex until marriage

PETALING JAYA: Student Ruevan Jude Ratmesh, 22, is not at all embarrassed to carry an abstinence pledge card in his wallet.

Climb aims to strengthen family ties

THE journey to the peak of Mount Kinabalu reflects the hardships and adversities people face in ensuring a long and lasting marriage.

On solid ground: Wee Min (left) and Hwa Beng posing with a Climb for Marriage 2014 bunting in support of strengthening the marriage institution.

Climb aims to strengthen family ties

THE journey to the peak of Mount Kinabalu reflects the hardships and adversities people face in ensuring a long and lasting marriage.

On solid ground: Wee Min (left) and Hwa 
Beng pose with a Climb for Marriage 2014 bunting in support of strengthening the marriage institution.

Moody and pessimistic

Our son seems unhappy all the time. How do we help him?

'Date Night' helps couples see light in their married lives

PETALING JAYA: They met by chance at a New Year’s Eve party in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, and as fate would have it, fell in love and got married five years later.

Metro Watch

The National Kidney Foundation is inviting members of the public to a playing of Butterfly Lovers (in Mandarin, with English narration and subtitles) on Oct 19 at 3pm at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC).

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