Navigating Differences: Getting Married During COVID-19 - ParentEd

Episode 13

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12th Aug 2020

Navigating Differences: Getting Married During COVID-19

Marriage is a joining of lives, of experience, of expectations, of extended families and hoped for extension to families. With literally two different worlds coming together, what happens opinions clashes or way of life differs enough to become annoyance?

Join host, Aaron Ng, as he chats with Joshua Yee and his fiancée, Joy Lim, about their upcoming wedding and how they have managed the various changes in the past few months during this period of COVID-19.

Joshua works in the civil service as a transformation planning officer. He prefers cooking, some sports, and the occasional piano tune.

Joy is in marketing & design at an events management company. She is into making all things beautiful through sewing, drawing, painting, and learning languages.

If your friends or yourself are planning for a wedding and would appreciate learning life-long principles from a marriage preparation course, Focus on the Family Singapore has a programme called Connect 2. You can find more details or register for the upcoming sessions at www.family.org.sg/C2

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Disclaimer: This episode was recorded remotely as we play our part to keep Singapore safe during this season of COVID-19. The audio quality may be slightly affected during the online recording.

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Family life can be unpredictable and chaotic. Amidst work pressures, day-to-day stresses and digital distractions, how can we nurture greater intimacy with our spouse and deepen our parent-child connections?

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