The Bigger Picture: Responsibility Vs High Achievement

Aug 30, 2015 1 Min Read

Effecting parenting series

This Merdeka Day, let’s talk about freedom and independence, but in the context of a family unit.

Freedom is really not about doing anything we want, but it’s the power to do something we ought to do right.

Culture guru Joseph Tan, in this Effective Parenting series, shares with us how children can experience freedom and fun at home, but with set boundaries, rules, and responsibilities. And it’s usually through housework and homework!

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