In the book, Smiling Tiger, Hidden Dragon, author Dr John Ng uses the metaphors of Tigers and Dragons to illustrate that even though conflict may not be overt in Asian families and organisations, most of the time, it exists. Conflict also… Read More ›
Click on the image to see a preview of the book; or to order this book and browse related titles, do visit www.armourpublishing.com Dr John Ng has also written this article in our Dads’ Stories page. First published on 07-06-2011.
Dr. Ken R. Canfield, founder of the National Center of Fathering (US), spoke at the Dads for Life Conference, at Suntec City Convention Centre on 27 May 2011. Ten thousand voices went into his book, The Seven Secrets of Effective… Read More ›
Click on the image to see a preview of the book; or to order this book and browse related titles, do visit www.armourpublishing.com First published on 15-02-2011.
Science and Imagination It’s fun to be a geek. Geeks get to engage in games that require imagination. They love science and discovering how things work. In fact, it might even be cool to be a geek. Because of their… Read More ›
“Food is fun, and you get to enjoy it three times a day, plus snacks.” -Matthew Amster-Burton in Hungry Monkey ‘Hungry Monkey, a Food-loving Father’s Quest to Raise an Adventurous Eater’, makes eating fun. Author, Matthew Amster-Burton, a restaurant critic… Read More ›
Freeing Your Child from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Powerful, Practical Program for Parents of Children and Adolescents
Freeing Your Child from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder by Dr Tamar Chansky Reading this book by Psychologist Dr Tamar Chansky, founder and director of the Children’s Center for OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and Anxiety in the United States, will allow you to… Read More ›
A Holistic Approach There are many books that discuss the notorious ‘Terrible-Two’ phases which young children may go through, however, not many target children in a specific age-group, much less examine the on-goings in consecutive 3-month periods of growth. In Fathering… Read More ›