Heroes Resources

September 29, 2022

Four “Wah Lau” Reasons Why Sports Are Important to a Child’s Development

Here is my personal and perhaps unorthodox take on why children must acquire these sports skills as early as possible. At the very least, before your next family boat trip.
September 29, 2022

How Important is Respect in Marriage?

I, myself, have struggled with what it means to truly respect my husband in every season and circumstance. Especially when I don’t always agree with him! In my own journey of discovering what respect look like in marriage, I have found some guiding principles along the way that has helped me stay grounded.
August 30, 2022

Reflections of an ex-SAHM

There are so many lessons I’ve learned whilst being a SAHM coming back into the workforce - things that whilst hard, are so, so valuable to me now.
August 25, 2022

3 Steps to Prevent the Next Marriage Conflict

Marriage conflicts are a matter of life. Unfortunately, they are bound to happen, and it's something we must learn how to manage to prevent the next one from happening. This is especially important, because if not addressed properly, your next conflict could bring you closer to the road of separation.
July 29, 2022

Building Confidence in Children Through Physical Coordination

Quite some time back, I was picking up several kids from school. We had to cross a big monsoon drain to reach my car. My son and daughter crossed through without thinking too much about it. However, the other two kids were left on the ledge calling for help. This got me thinking. What caused the difference in the two responses?
July 26, 2022

How to Fight a Good Fight in your Marriage?

In the early years of my marriage, whenever my thoughts, desires and emotions were not met or attended to by my wife, I had the tendency to ensure that they are met or attended to, even if it meant getting into fights with her.
June 27, 2022

5 Effective Habits to Building Enduring Love

Every married couple who has been married for at least 12 years knows that marriage is hard work.  If you have been married for less than that, fret not! Hang in there!
June 27, 2022

3 Tips to Connect with your Teen

... the once upon a time chatter box becomes a grunt-box. Sounds become their language. Exasperating and frustrating for parents who bemoan the fact that their teenagers do not have conversations with them anymore. And because of that, they’re often in the dark about the well-being and personal lives of their offspring. Sometimes it feels like you’ve got a stranger in the house!
May 30, 2022

Five and Half Ways to Communicate With a Tween Without Killing Gundam

The pre-adolescent years, or what my 9-year-old YouTube-scholar said is called a tween, is a tough spot to be in. This is what I call the between “Don’t talk and ask so much” and “Why aren’t you asking more questions in class?” phases in a tween’s life.
December 22, 2021

Report Card Day – A Dad’s Reflection of 2021

Imagine if there is an annual performance appraisal done for our role as a parent, how would you reckon our children or spouse would rate our performance and contribution to the family? Is there going to be a bonus this year?
November 17, 2021

Making Family Holidays Meaningful

Yay! Or Nay! It’s the time of the year again, it’s the holiday season!
August 16, 2021

How to Encourage Creative Problem-Solving in Your Child

Daddy, why?... but why ar? … so why?...
August 16, 2021

Coaching the Head, Hands & Heart

I came across this quote, “Anyone can be a father but it takes someone special to be called a dad.” So, what’s the difference? Isn’t it a play of words?
July 14, 2021


I recalled when my kids were younger about 2 – 5 years old, I enjoyed watching their reactions...