An Invitation to Pause, and Rethink Life.

We spend many years educating ourselves for a career. What about investing time to learn to be a better spouse or parent for our family? Our greatest desire is to see families in Malaysia thrive. Here, you will find real stories, engaging workshops, and a humble little community to grow with.

Marriage

Strengthening your relationship as husband and wife

Learn the habit of happiness, by Luisa

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Can Two People Really Live Happily Ever After? It is known that weddings can be fun but staying happily married can be a lot of hard work. It’s really endearing…

Building Trust in Our Marriage Through Transformational Conversations, by Veron

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When was the last time you had a totally satisfying and fulfilling conversation with your spouse? Last year, we did a session with a group of married women on Connecting…

Fighting for your Marriage Alone. Words by Luisa.

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“I’m tired. I don’t have the strength to argue anymore. I think divorce is the best answer for both of us.” These days, more and more partners are giving up…

Oasis Event: Pour It Out

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The Oasis ladies met up in March for a really fun event at Temuhouse. It was a time of pouring back into our lives as women, making space for ourselves…

Parenting

Raising children of character

Pornography & Gaming Addictions: Addressing Issues With Your Children, by Joy

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It's tough being a parent; we all want the best for our kids, and with constant pressure from others and society, adolescent years are hard to navigate. One of the…

Working Through Mom Guilt, by Chayenne Tan

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I still remember the first day I went back to work after my maternity leave eleven years ago. I had mixed feelings of excitement and trepidation but mostly guilt for…

Being A Full-Time Corporate Woman and Mom: 5 Things I’ve Learned, by Chayenne Tan

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As a working mom holding a demanding corporate job, I find myself in this never-ending parental paradox as Anna Whitehouse, Founder of Mother Pukka expressed so well here: “I miss…

Smashing it as a stay at home dad, by Jon Koo

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My name is Jon and I’m a stay-at-home dad. House-husband. Full-time father. I’m 40 this year and this decision has been one of the best I’ve ever made for me…