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    Why Do A Mammogram?
    According to the 5th Malaysia Population and Family Survey, 2014 only 27.3% of married women aged 40-59 years had ever done a mammogram. Out of that, more than two-third had their screening sometime within the last 3 years. It’s clear that the number of women going for mammogram is far too low and the majority ...
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    5 Things that Happen After Your Wedding
    Many couples enter a marriage expecting a lifetime of bliss. Unfortunately, once the excitement from your wedding settles, you may start to realise that “happily ever after” is not all that it’s cracked up to be. All of a sudden, there are bills to pay, mouths to feed, and an endless pile in the laundry ...
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    Sharing Responsibilities
    Traditionally, women have assumed the role of the caregiver, while husbands sought to provide financial support for their families. Society has come a long way since and women are now leaders and working professionals in their own right. Increasingly, the domain of marriage is becoming a partnership between husband and wife. Household responsibilities and domestic ...
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    Surviving Marriage And The Teenage Years
    When you and your spouse become parents and welcome a baby into your lives, focus automatically shifts from your partner to your little one. But as he or she grows older and moves into the stage of adolescence, you find it hard to accept and deal with the reality that your child is now pulling ...
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    Revive The Spark!
    Research has shown that many marriages that end in divorces can be prevented – if the couple spent more time and effort learning the easy ways to rediscover the passion and intimacy in their marriages. There is no doubt that over the years, even the most passionate of marriages can lose some fizzle, especially if ...
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    A Little More Conversation
    You may be surprised at the idea of having to re-learn communication. After all, you and your spouse have been communicating effectively for years. That may be so, but being new parents can be overwhelming, time-consuming and stressful. When was the last time you had a real conversation with your spouse? If you cannot remember, ...
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    And Baby Makes Three
    Congratulations, baby is here! As new parents, there will be times of unspeakable joy and laughter. There will also be times of stress and anxiety. Knowing what to expect and how to cope will help you and your spouse enjoy your new family member and each other. Be prepared for dramatic changes While a new ...
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    From Two To Three
    It’s common for a newborn baby to be in the limelight. As a proud parent, one or both of you might assume that the awe and wonder surrounding baby would automatically build a strong bond between you and your partner. This ideal situation may not necessarily be the case for most parents. Of the two ...
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    Is Your Home A Battle Zone?
    So many things can lead to conflict in a marriage: children, finances, work or meddling family members. Conflict in marriage is common. However, when a matter is brought up over and over again with no signs of resolution, then you and your spouse may have a problem. Here is how you and your spouse can ...
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    Fight Fair
    Two persons with different characters and needs juggling with the stresses of parenting, finances, career and so on, will inevitably disagree at some point. Conflicts act like a warning system calling attention to deeper underlying problems and unresolved issues. The problem with conflicts is not failing to see eye to eye but not managing the ...