To the Children of Parents Who Cheat

Reading Time: 3 Minutes | We feel guilty for ruining the parent-child relationship. People say we are immature and judgmental. We are expected to accept their relationship or risk losing ours. Society labelled us as rebellious. To the cheating parent: We were always made to feel inferior to your lover and insignificant to you. Oh … Continue reading To the Children of Parents Who Cheat

How to Survive Minimum Wage: Learning from the Poor Filipino

Reading Time: 7 Minutes | When the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) in the Philippines used a P10,000 hypothetical model to show how a family of 5 adapts to inflation, needless to say there was much ruckus about it. How can we set our standard so low? However, there is a certain truth to it. … Continue reading How to Survive Minimum Wage: Learning from the Poor Filipino