Practicing self-compassion opens your heart further and makes you better appreciate the complex but rewarding experiences that life has in store. Here are some tips to start the habit of self-compassion and relate to yourself more today.
About FamilyFirstGlobalFamily First Global is a partnership of equals. No country or region is more important than another. We work together in partnership to share programs and approaches that are working well. The FFG Board is comprised of the Chairs and Co-Chairs of each Family First country and region. We carefully consider all points of view before moving forward and try to make all major decisions on a unanimous basis. We meet as a Team annually at Family First Summits where all FFG members are also invited.
Holding ourselves accountable is important as this requires us to focus our mind, take care of our body, and nurture the relationships that we've made to help us get one step closer towards our goals. If you find yourself at a crossroads, here are some steps that you can take to stick to the path that you've chosen, and move forward.
Being a father is in itself a journey to becoming a leader who is confident in his skills but also has compassion for those he is supposed to take care of. As he makes the lives of those around him better, he is also developing qualities that define a true leader.
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Last January 15, 2022, Family First Global launched its Family Health 360 Seminar Series with the "Navigating Your Family Through the Pandemic" webinar. The event, which was broadcast live via online platforms Zoom and Facebook, had hundreds of families from all over the globe tuning in to get insights and advice on how to stay strong despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Moderated by husband-and-wife tandem Edric and Joy Mendoza, the webinar featured an illustrious panel of speakers who were able to impart wisdom and life lessons that attendees can hold on to as they navigate a pandemic-stricken world.
Playtime is an important aspect in a growing child's life. More than fun and games, this is where kids start discovering and exploring interests that can help them decide what career to pursue or advocacies to support at an early age. Not only is it entertaining, but playtime also helps kids develop various skills that are integral to their growth. Playing on their own is already a good time for children, but having their parents join them makes the moment even more fulfilling. For instance, having their mom by their side can actually promote a child's healthy socioemotional development.
No two children are alike. They may all come from the same womb, but parents will find that each son and daughter have characteristics that make them special. Some may have a more sunny disposition, with an ease to them as they approach new experiences calmly and joyfully. There are also kids who have a harder time managing their experiences and emotions. No matter the type, there is a way for parents to better understand their children, appreciate their uniqueness, and avoid misunderstandings and conflicts due to differing personalities. The answer lies in getting a better handle of their child's temperament.
In these trying times, parents have been doing what they can to help their children navigate this period and adjust as they face issues that may have no resolutions yet. As part of our mission to extend assistance to families across the globe, Family First Global is taking this opportunity to host a zoom meeting titled "Navigating Your Family through the Pandemic" this January 15, 2022 at 10:30 AM Hong Kong time, live via Zoom. This event will feature family-oriented professionals who will share their personal stories and advice in the hopes of guiding families through this difficult stage.
In order to write a new chapter of joy and happiness, we need to make space in the rooms of our hearts for them. Take some time to reflect on your own and with your family; then keep the following tips below in mind as you unpack and declutter before the dawn of a new year.
The holidays are here, and instead of only looking forward to receiving presents, this can be a great opportunity to give back. Exchanging gifts is definitely a popular means of spreading happiness during the season - in fact, a research by personal finance site mintlife shows that roughly 729 billion dollars was spent during the holidays alone back in 2019! However, there are a number of other things that you can do to extend your blessings to those who can benefit from them, some of which may not even require you to spend a dime.