How can you help your children cope with the stresses of life? How can you teach them to relate to others in an emotionally mature way?

In this session of our “Parenting Chats” video series, Lim Chien Chong, a father of two and Teaching & Resource Director at Singapore Youth For Christ, looks at how we can build our children’s emotional wellness, and what signs to look out for if they are emotionally unwell or distressed.

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Lim Chien Chong has been with the Singapore Youth For Christ since 1998, and is its Teaching & Resource Director. He serves in the pulpit, Bible class and children’s ministry in his church, and teaches in churches and youth groups across Singapore. He has been married for 20 years and has two teenage sons.
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