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The Five Love Languages


Each child has one preferred primary language and if parents do not use the love language that the child likes the most, love is lost in translation- affecting the child’s attitude, behavior, and development.

Through learning The 5 Love Languages of Children, parents get to understand how a child gives, receives and interprets love. Parents will discover how to successfully express love to their children for improvement in their behavior while fostering enhanced parent-child relationship.

In our workshop, there is a 5 Love Languages assessment which enables parents in discovering their child’s love language. This understanding will help them to effectively communicate their love to their child and bring forth a strong and firm family relationship.

The 5 Love Languages
(adapted), by Dr. Gary Chapman are:

1. Words of Affirmation

2. Acts of Service

3. Quality Time
4. Receiving Gifts
5. Physical Touch

Because every child is a unique individual, knowing the child’s language of love is an important building block of the parent-child relationship.  For parents who do not feel connected to their children, it is usually not a matter of sincerity, but rather a lack of information on how to effectively communicate love to them. 

Speaker’s Profile:

Mr. Adrian Choo (MSF-Approved Family Life Education Speaker)

Adrian is a trainer with extensive experiences in conducting parenting and student workshops in various schools, organisations and the community in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Taiwan. He has been in training for more than 10 years.

He was previously the Principal of Boys’ Town, managing the staff and youth-at-risks. He was also a Principal Trainer at a brain-training centre, after completing his training under the President of Singapore Psychological Association.

He is a mentor for A*STAR Tech Start up, working closely with A*STAR scientists to commercialise their latest tech products in the market. 

Date & Time – 16 February 2019 (Saturday, 9 am – 12 am)


Kindly register online by 31 January 2019

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