The Good Advice

Norman’s Good Advice

Written by Jeeheng Yew My dear friend and an aspiring actor, Norman only got into acting during his university days, something not everyone will have expected. Describing himself as a ‘positive guy doing what he loves’, Norman shares his experiences – both good and bad – about his journey and pursuit to becoming a great […]

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In Dielogue: Marilyn

Personal encounters of witnessing death often makes the topic of death much more real and close to heart. We know that death happens to everyone, but we never know when and where. In this series of Dielogue, we share the heartfelt personal experiences of a healthcare practitioner, who meets patients near their end of life. […]

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Cheryl’s Good Advice

Tell us about yourself in 1 line I document my life in songs.   Tell us something that most people might not know about you. I’ve had the habit of writing personal journals from a very young age. I’m on my 8th diary now. Writing gets me in the flow, and takes me to a […]

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In Dielogue: Magdalene X Nash

Patients with terminal illness may be reaching the end of their lives, but palliative care is all about helping them live despite of and with the terminal illness. Much can be achieved by physiotherapists in the areas of pain and breathlessness, as they help with functional decline and improve the sense of well-being. Meet Magdalene […]

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Angjolie’s Good Advice

Meet Angjolie, the founder of The Life Celebrant. The Life Celebrant aims to celebrate and commemorate how you lived and leave your life, by providing customised and meaningful funeral planning and preplanning services for individuals and families.   TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF IN 1 LINE. I’m a determined and perseverant person. If there is something […]

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In Dielogue: Loretta X Charmaine

Delving into the social sector, requires a set of demanding aptitudes. Social workers are expected to handle different situations – from extending a willing pair of ears, to getting reprimanded by patients and riled into family conflicts. What makes us human is the ability to empathize and give advice – and that’s what our care […]

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