Life Talk: When Your Husband Loses Your Jewelry

Two weeks ago, my husband and I went to St. Luke’s QC for my chest x-ray. mindt I My OB suspected I had pneumonia since my left chest painfully ached when I coughed. I was experiencing extreme fatigue and would sleep the whole day. I coughed every time I would get out of bed. Because […]

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Love Hacks: Talk about Cheating BEFORE it Happens

A woman is mad because she discovered her husband was talking to a recently separated officemate and offering her words of comfort as she goes through her separation. “Honestly, I felt jealous on how he comforts her,” she complained. “He already did this before when we were living together. He would still message his ex, chat […]

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Q&A: What should I do if Husband and I Have Petty Fights all the time? He does not give me what I want…!

ORIGINAL QUESTION: My husband and I constantly fight over petty issues. Like just 2 weeks ago we fought over an officemate of his that would send him memes from FB through messenger. Anytime of the day even during weekends. His point is it’s not like he’s doing something wrong. My point is he should act […]

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10 Tips for a Successful Blind Date

1. Put your phone down. It’s annoying and will not die if you did not look at it during the date. 2. Maintain eye contact with your date when talking to him. Looking in the floor or everywhere else is weird. Look at his eyes, and not on the floor. 3. If you’re a girl, […]

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5 Important yet Unconventional Questions to Ask BEFORE You Marry

Husband and I have joined more pre-marital counseling sessions more than average. We’ve gone through at least 15 separate sessions both one on one and as a group, but after we got married, there was still some adjustment. Apparently, most pre-marital counseling sessions are merely formality, and despite their good intentions, do not really dive […]

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Spot, Don’t Tell

I know of a handful of good women and their naughty little partners. For some reason, I come across some acquaintance’s husband who should not be doing what they were doing when I saw them. One had the bad luck of bumping into me not once but four times in the company of people that […]

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Reposting: “Tita” or The Auntie

This is repost from the Internet, but translated to English by me. I have an tita, or auntie who is is 46 years old. She has no boyfriend, husband or kids. However, despite her lack of a boyfriend, husband or children, she has a stable job, a 2-storey house, fancy cars and thriving businesses since […]

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Life Tip: Get Pregnant Only When You are Sure about Your Relationship

I have a friend who is somewhat insecure about her relationship with her partner. The culprit? She got pregnant after a mere 3- to 4-months of dating her partner, forcing them both into an “insta-partnership” even though they still don’t know each other very well. Consequently, while the partner has embraced their child together, on […]

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HR LEARNING SERIES: How Being Emotionally Intelligent is Critical to Success

Emotional Intelligence is discussed by Sameer Somal, CFA, CFP, CAIA and CEO and Co-Founder of the Blue Ocean Global Technology: He says, “Emotional intelligence is one of the drivers of success regardless of industry.” Sameer believes that HR can change the course of an organization. Why? Because they handle people in the organization. One common […]

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HR: How to Keep Staff? Make them Feel Valued

The next topic is Ms Claire Boscq-Scott, director of The Busy Queen Bee, who will be discussing Customic Centric HR. She talks about the internal customers, the Employees. Unfortunately, only 24% of employees are actively engaged. Why? Because it seems that HR is not really meeting employee needs. Here’s what Ms. Claire says are some […]

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