Heroes Resources

April 22, 2022

How to Communicate with my Baby: Do They Understand?

I commonly hear this: “I don’t know what to talk to my baby. It’s not like they understand…”
April 22, 2022

More than Meets the ‘I’: Is what is Seen or Unseen More Important?

What is love? What does it look like? Is it when a man walks up on a stage and slaps another man in front of millions to protect the dignity of his wife? Or is it in a fairy-tale ending where two actors, who met on the set of a blockbuster success K-drama series, actually gets married in real life?
March 25, 2022

Fighting for your Marriage Alone

“I’m tired. I don’t have the strength to argue anymore. I think divorce is the best answer for both of us.”
March 25, 2022

My Take on Character Building

I feel that for my children to be successful and happy in life, their character is at the very forefront as an important determining factor. Success in itself is a rather subjective matter, and to each their own...
February 21, 2022

The Building Blocks of a Blissful Marriage

I have been told that overtime the relationship between parent and child, and between husband and wife are like a pair of chopsticks illustrated below.
February 21, 2022

Character Building – A Family Effort

Parenting teens is no longer just about dishing instructions, commands and expectations top down. Teens today will hold parents accountable to the values and beliefs being taught, and if they observe that the parents do not live out those values...
January 24, 2022
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6 Questions to Set Marriages Up for an Epic Year

In this brand-new year, let’s start the year off on the right foot by spending time understanding each other. Build a vision for the year together so that you can both focus, have hope and see beyond what’s in front of both of you. Here are 6 questions you can ask as you step into the new year...
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!
April 22, 2022

More than Meets the ‘I’: Is what is Seen or Unseen More Important?

What is love? What does it look like? Is it when a man walks up on a stage and slaps another man in front of millions to protect the dignity of his wife? Or is it in a fairy-tale ending where two actors, who met on the set of a blockbuster success K-drama series, actually gets married in real life?
March 25, 2022

Fighting for your Marriage Alone

“I’m tired. I don’t have the strength to argue anymore. I think divorce is the best answer for both of us.”
March 25, 2022

My Take on Character Building

I feel that for my children to be successful and happy in life, their character is at the very forefront as an important determining factor. Success in itself is a rather subjective matter, and to each their own...
February 21, 2022

The Building Blocks of a Blissful Marriage

I have been told that overtime the relationship between parent and child, and between husband and wife are like a pair of chopsticks illustrated below.
February 21, 2022

Character Building – A Family Effort

Parenting teens is no longer just about dishing instructions, commands and expectations top down. Teens today will hold parents accountable to the values and beliefs being taught, and if they observe that the parents do not live out those values...
August 16, 2021

How to Encourage Creative Problem-Solving in Your Child

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

Handling Your Strong-Willed Child

If you feel like you’ve used every discipline method you know and the threats no longer have any effect on your strong-willed child; it’s time to pause and reflect.
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?