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#IfOnlyYouKnew – Parts 5 & 6: Will You Hear Me Out?

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are all fighting some sort of battle within us but do we take the time to reach out to others or even hear someone out? In this last instalment of the 6-part #IfOnlyYouKnew interviews, we will hear our final pair of youth and adult, Ivy and Eric, as they share about the crucial ingredient…
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#IfOnlyYouKnew – Parts 3 & 4: I am not OK, I am unlovable

Reading Time: 2 minutes Why is it so hard to reach out to others for help when we most need it? In this instalment of the 6-part #IfOnlyYouKnew interviews, we will hear from another pair of youth and adult, Diana and Reynard about their mental health journey. Perhaps listening in on Diana and Reynard’s short sharing could give us…
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#IfOnlyYouKnew – Part 2: I am… nothing

Reading Time: < 1 minute Why do we sometimes work so hard? In part 2 of this 6-part #IfOnlyYouKnew interviews, we hear from James from Emmaus Strategies on how he felt like nothing. Listen in as James gives an inside look into his inner world and why he burned out so many times. Today he uses his experience to help…
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#IfOnlyYouKnew – Part 1: I am… enough?

Reading Time: < 1 minute How far should we go before we are enough for others? To kickstart the 6-part #IfOnlyYouKnew interviews, we hear from Joey from Project REdisCOVER on what it is like growing up feeling not good enough for anyone. Listen in on what Joey would like you to know to help one another grow. #IfOnlyYouKnew is a…
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Greater Strength or Greater Stress?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Greater Strength or Greater Stress? How has COVID-19 affected our community? With all the spotlight on the effects of the pandemic on our mental health, is it really possible to grow and stay resilient in our work and personal lives? We are glad to be a part of this year’s Festival for Good, Asia’s largest…
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How Fathers Stay Sane in Crazy Times

Reading Time: 2 minutes How Fathers Stay Sane in Crazy Times Go from feeling like you are stared down by the mountain (and getting all overwhelmed by it) to be the man that stares at the mountains and know that you will overcome it. A Daunting Mountain? Whether you call it VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) or crazy…
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#IfOnlyYouKnew – Growing a > Resilient Next Generation

Reading Time: 2 minutes You can grow a more resilient next generation A New Adventure Time flies and in less than 2 months, Emmaus will turn 3 years old. It has been an amazing journey as our team worked hard to grow mental resilience and non-profit volunteer partnerships capabilities across more than 120 projects and reaching out to more…
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Levelling Up Volunteer Management in the New Normal

Reading Time: < 1 minute Last Friday, we met up with social purpose entities from Singapore and across its shores to discuss Strategic Volunteer Partnerships in the post-COVID-19 world. Together with bantu, we: reviewed the state and potential of volunteerism in this new normal, looked at the current measures in place, considered factors to consider when determining the resumption of…
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My Hills & Valleys of Battling Burnout

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chatting about My Hills & Valleys of Battling Burnout Had an enjoyable chat with Junia. It’s amazing how despite it only being about 30 minutes, I was able to chat about my own journey battling burnout, about helping others battle burnout and share practical handles on mental resilience. If you have missed it, catch it…
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How to Manage Your Emotions during COVID-19?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How to Manage Your Emotions during COVID-19? Image from funfreshideas.com Meet the Friendly Four What do you get when you put a psychologist, counsellor and a social worker with experience of burnout into the same room? You get a great and refreshing conversation about mental well-being during COVID-19. And no, we don’t look like the…
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