Tag Archives: Parents

HELP! MY PARENTS ABUSE ME WITH BELTS AND CLOTHESHANGER!

My father is quite abusive towards me. He uses belts and clotheshangers to beat me, sometimes on the hand, sometimes on the head, sometimes in other places. This is every day Many times I've gone to school with huge red lines on my hands, and friends ask what happened, but I'm too embarrassed to say. He also threatens telling my teachers I'm a delinquent who beats up many people. I don't want that of course, I'm someone who is quite studies-oriented and I want to do well, I want to go to university. My mum, she's somewhat complicit in these beatings, she never does anything and she's often mean to me, but she doesn't beat me.

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MUSLIM: SHOULD I DIVORCE MY CHINESE WIFE BECAUSE SHE PREVENTS OUR KIDS FROM VISITNG MY PARENTS

I am in an inter-racial marriage. I'm a Muslim while my wife is a Chinese free-thinker. We've known each other for more than half a lifetime and married for 12 years. Since we got married, she has never stepped foot into my parents' home and she has disallowed me to bring our 2 kids (10 and 2) to see my parents. Even know she knows that she is being unreasonable, my wife once said that she doesn't like my family to the extent that she doesn't want to be associated with them. She admits that maybe she is afraid that our kids will become Muslim.

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HELP! MY PRC GF’S PARENTS LOOK DOWN ON ME

Been dating a girl for quite awhile, she's an international student from China, come here to study uni, no scholarship or anything. Only recently just met her parents since she staying with relative here in SG. I can feel that their first impression of me wasn't very good when I told them my job. They will hint things like that work no future, low income etc. After we got past that, another barrier, my mandarin isn't very good, so often they get a little frustrated when they see I keep relying on her to translate some stuff. Overall the impression wasn't very good.

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BABY SUFFERING FROM PERSISTENT COUGHING? TRY THIS NATURAL GINGER REMEDY INSTEAD!

I'm really excited to share this! For the last 2 weeks or more, Baby J had been coughing. We hadn't seen doc as I don't like him taking useless cough drugs. Then I saw this natural remedy on FB yesterday. Ginger juice, VCO n raw honey (some flour to make it less runny). Used waterproof dressing over it so simpler. Usually about 2-3hrs into his sleep, he will start coughing profusely and whine. Last night I paste the wrap for 4hrs, I never hear anything from him, no nasal block, no phelgm sound also!

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POLICE INVESTIGATING FATHER WHO SLAPPED DAUGHTER’S ALLEGED BULLY

When 9 year-old Muhammad Azief Rashdyn was singled out by his female classmate for bullying her, he did not expect to receive a tight slap across his face from her angry father in front of his whole class. After the slap, the boy wet his pants and had a visible mark on his left cheek. The teacher quickly intervened, preventing the man from coming into further contact with Azief. She demanded that the enraged parent leave immediately and called on her students to get help.

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PARENTS OF JC STUDENTS: MOE BROKE PROMISES, TREATED US LIKE 2ND CLASS CITIZENS!

A.S.S. previously published an article reporting on the complaints of a group of parents - they said that MOE had promised to build a new JC for their children but ended up delaying the new JC building project for an unreasonably long period of time. This email is a follow-up to the previous article from one of the parents of the affected chidren, who says she is tired of being mistreated and ignored by the Ministry of Education. Read her letter below:

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GIRL GETS HIT BY BUS WHILE MUM WAS SEARCHING FOR HANDPHONE

A mother and her daughter were on their way home one evening but almost met with a devastating tragedy. At about 8PM on Tuesday night, 33 year-old Debbie, her daughter, her sister-in-law and her children were walking along Admiralty Drive, a stretch of road that is close to Canberra Primary School, when suddenly, her sister-in-law realized that her handphone was missing.

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