Parents’ personal relations with children can outdo the ‘Momo’ challenge

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

In an age of too many distractions both parents and children have been ironically distanced by technology with each other —instead of being linked together.

 

And the void between them has caused heinous apps like Momo Challenge to infiltrate the minds of the young—which initially look like a harmless game that eventually could command them to kill others or themselves. Such deaths (suicides) have infiltrated the Philippines in recent weeks.

 

Already, the Department of Education has been holding dialogues amongst parents and teachers on the menace of the Momo Challenge…

Read more: Parents’ personal relations with children can outdo the ‘Momo’ challenge

 Belaro lauds Vietnamese govt. for rescuing 2 Filipino fishermen

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Two Filipino fishermen who jumped from their fishing boat to escape further maltreatment were rescued by the Vietnamese Navy stationed on an island in the West Philippine Sea.

 

For this, Rep. Bong Belaro, 1-Ang Edukasyon partylist and assistant minority leader, thanked the Vietnamese government and commended the Vietnamese Peoples Navy for their rescue of two fishermen from Occidental Mindoro who were stranded at the Sonca Island (Sand Cay) and transported them to Parola Island both in the West Philippine Sea.

 

Belaro, a reservist Philippine Navy Commander, said "through our friends in…

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 Is handling kids with kid gloves better or not

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Is handling children with kid gloves better or not?

 

When President Duterte vetoed the Positive Discipline Bill last Feb. 23, many child rights advocates among the legislators and civil society were disappointed, with some expressing their sentiment that this is just in keeping with the president’s apparent violent nature (as evidenced by his pro-killing stance in the drug program).

 

But many others are not losing hope that they could convince him to veto his veto on the bill, which passed both chambers recently.

 

The reality is that ever since Bantay Bata campaign of ABS-CBN…

Read more: Is handling kids with kid gloves better or not

Figueras to make costumes for Noli Me Tangere, The Opera

 

 

By Boy Villasanta

 

It’s final.

 

Ace fashion designer Albert Figueras will do the complete wardrobe for the current stage production of “Noli Me Tangere, The Opera” for J & S Productions, Inc. It is slated for March 8-10, 2019 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines main theater.

            

Considering that the “Noli Me Tangere, The Opera” was created 62 years ago by two National Artists Guillermo Tolentino for Scuplture and Felipe Padilla de Leon for Music, Figueras is more than challenged by doing the costumes for all the characters in the musical.

 

“Nakakanerbiyos. Imagine, mabibigat…

Read more: Figueras to make costumes for Noli Me Tangere, The Opera

3 in 5 children suffer from domestic violence

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Three in five (60 percent) children experience some form of physical violence at home with one or two children experiencing corporal punishment (spanking or beating). About 4.6 percent led to their being hospitalized.

 

These are based on the National Baseline Study on Violence Against Children of the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC), which noted the lifetime prevalence of psychological violence during childhood at 59.2 percent, which means that 3 of 5 children have been verbally abused, threatened and/or abandoned by their parents/guardians.

 

In view of this…

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