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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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Meet our 3-Year Old Fighter

Meet our 3-Year Old Fighter

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are fighting… stress and distress social issues burnout mental health challenges breakdown in families non-profits, social enterprises and ground-up movements being unresourced for their causes etc An Uphill but Not Impossible Task Today, Emmaus turns 3 years old! And while I would love to say that it has been a smooth journey, I have to admit…
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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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Right Now, I am…

Reading Time: 2 minutes Right now, how would you describe yourself with an “I am…: statement? I am happy? I am excited? I am tired? I am stressed? In collaboration with Project REdisCOVER, we are shedding light on the unspoken side of everyone’s lives; our mental health. Here’s the trailer video on this World Mental Health Day. Look out…
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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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The Day I Dragged My Feet Home

Reading Time: 4 minutes My “Dragging My Feet Home” Experience This has got to be the most “personal” post to date as it involves, well, my feet. Yes, the picture you see above is none other than my own feet, featured along with my pair of broken slippers. We are in the thick of the Circuit Breaker here in…
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How to Work Effectively & Sanely from Home during COVID-19?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Losing our Sanity? Yes, you do not need to tear your hair out as you work from home during this pandemic. Not many of us are accustomed to working from home. Set against the backdrop of safe distancing measures that makes traveling to work and face-to-face meetings impossible and against the competing roles we need…
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How to Keep the Peace at Home during COVID-19

Reading Time: < 1 minute Thanks to Dads for Life for the chat about how we can prevent burnout and keep the peace at home during this COVID-19 pandemic. Catch Parcsen, from Dads for Life, as he shares on how to de-escalate conflicts in the family during COVID-19 and our conversation at the 45 minutes mark. COVID-19 may have brought…
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