- What can you do if your child is addicted to video games? – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - Watching your child play video games all day will inevitably make you feel anxious and worried that your child may fall into internet addiction. At the “Walking with Children Who Are Addicted to Screens and Video Games” Seminar, Dr. Agnes Ip pointed out ways to help parents deal with this challenge.
- Tips for Bringing up Active, Creative and Independent Kids – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - Knowing the detrimental effects screen time can have on young kids, parents often wonder how to engage their children’s attention in healthier ways. Being busy parents, it’s hard to know how to encourage kids to play and grow. As a stay-at-home mom, I have struggled with this question and sought many ways to encourage active, creative and independent play in my children.
- The Dangers of Allowing Your Toddler Access to Electronic Devices – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - While more and more parents are aware of the impact of gaming and internet addiction on the health of their children, many can be oblivious to the fact that bad habits such as obsession over video games and attention deficit disorder (ADD) can be caused by a parent’s decision to utilize electronic devices as an educational or accompanying tool too early in their children’s life. Contemporary studies have shown severe consequences for allowing toddlers access to electronic devices, which include the overstimulation of the brain, thus leading to a lack of focus both during learning and socializing down the line.
- Eight Tips for “Correcting Children’s Behavior without Yelling or Hitting” (2) – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - In the previous article, we talked about the first four tips of Dr. Agnes Ip's "Correcting Children's Behavior without Yelling or Hitting" seminar, which made me realize: guiding children requires your willingness to "spend time" and your unconditional "love". If you feel that your children are often "unmotivated, having many issues, like to spend money, and hate studying", and you wish they could be "obedient, well-behaved, positive and motivated", I hope Dr. Ip's remaining four tips can help you .
- Eight Tips for “Correcting Children’s Behavior without Yelling or Hitting” (1) – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - What most children want most is very simple: not material rewards, not praise in front of others, but just that parents "spend time" with them and give them basic respect, trust and a little understanding. As Dr. Ip shared: as long as a person is willing to "spend time" to practice these eight tips “with love”, parents can correct children’s behavior without yelling or hitting, and anyone can become a good father or a good mother.
- God’s Heart to My Heart ~ His Word engraved in my heart – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving God” Series -
- Be Still in The Lord – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving God” Series - The traces of God’s intervention in my life have assured me of His resurrection power and faithfulness. He never abandons nor forsakes me. In spite of life’s hurdles, we can stay calm, for we know who’s walking with us. We can rest and be still in Him, and in Him we find comfort and strength.
- Slow Down No Matter How Busy You Are – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving God” Series - Hustle-and-bustle is the norm of this generation; everyone is always in a hurry. We are always in a rush, busy to satisfy our wants. Our eyes become blurry, our ears become dull, and we just miss what’s going on around us. We don’t bother to pay attention to nature and the change in seasons. We have been trained since we were young to move fast and to win at the starting point; we were told success meant reaching your goals ahead of others. When we are so busy to find our place among others, we never have a chance to connect with them.
- Learning to Listen: A Father’s Story of Reading with His Son – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - Have you ever tried reading books together with your preteen or teenager? Did you discover that your kid has already formulated their own views, possibly different from your own? What benefits or challenges did you experience in your relationship with your child from reading together? Let’s hear what Rev. Ching has to say about reading together with his son.
- The Lesson of Love – “Heart-to-Heart: Loving Family” Series - I am a person who values relationships and family. I always hope home is a place of love and the relationships within my family are intimate and warm. There is one particular relationship in my life that I've always hoped to mend, moving toward intimacy. This is my relationship with my mother.
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