So much is at stake with our silence because it can be misinterpreted.

Silence Can Make or Break Relationships

Most Filipinos are non-confrontational by nature. That’s why we beat around the bush in explaining things when we’re avoiding a heated conversation. We’re friendly and family-oriented by nature so we veer away from conflict as much as we can. But then “silent treatment” in relationships is our usual practice too. If only silence could kill,…

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Conquering That Big, Bad Change

Your back is against the wall. The weight of the world is upon your shoulders. Your great expectations turned into a harsh reality. These signal that you’re in for a big, bad change. Whether that’s a loss of a loved one, a terminal disease, or a relational issue, no doubt, we all go through rough…

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Thoughts Uninvited

“Thoughts are uninvited guests. They come when you least expect them.” – A quote I wrote as Editor-in-Chief for ACSAT (now Asian College) Cubao’s 1st Alumni Yearbook. This photo was taken last December 6, 2012 at the outskirts of Ayala Triangle Gardens, Ayala Ave., Makati City, Philippines