START YOUR JOURNEY BY TAKING THE HAVEN OF TREASURES LIFE APPRAISAL. TRY IT NOW.
I am able to overcome fear and function with courage. I worry less about what ifs. I am able to move past offences and forgive quickly. I know how to identify and eliminate stressors and have a good coping mechanism for handling distress.
I invest some time for fun activities, I have a hobby with which I can connect with other. I attend functions, celebrations, dinners and special events. I have time to engage and disengage with things people. I know how to enjoy my life.
I am committed to life long learning, to discover new things about myself , my career, and the world I am curious and pay attention to the world. Where possible, I am able to share my knowledge with others.
If you like your scores, Good job!. We want to hear more from you to see how you can share your wins, offer hope and encouragement to someone else, However, if you don’t like your scores, and you have fear of inadequacy, then it’s just an indication to focus on that area a little more. Improvement takes time, commitment and accountability. Often, it is difficult to figure out the right thing on your own, also, finding the right coach or mentor who knows how to listen, analyze and provide guidance could be a hassle. But you don’t have to wait and watch the years fly before you realize just how much every day counts.
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Kids & Teens Club
Nowadays, passivity on spiritual education for youth and Kids can be blamed on the breaking down of the typical support system such as family structures, religious institutions, and community. It has resulted in a high rate of anxiety, self harm, depression and suicide. The increasing rate of divorce, single parenthood, teenage pregnancy, and discrimination contributes in the youth feeling powerless because they lack the experience in coping with the pressure to live up as active members of the society.
The club provides the platform to express their creativity and grow Spiritually. Most youth especially the migrants, still struggle to find their pride and place in the society, they are completely deprogrammed from their true worth and feel compelled by society to live up to the standards that are continuously evolving. This has left many youth frustrated, vulnerable and confused about their identity and value and consequently, Many are turning to violence, drug abuse, eating disorders, gang involvement, prostitution etc. for emotional, physical and mental functioning. There is an urgent need for other systematic support programmes that can provide the balance necessary for the youth to take off and soar.
“We also pay attention to Third Culture Kids (TCKs) refers to children who spent a significant part of their developmental years outside of their passport country. “TCKs are referred to as cultural chameleons who may have trouble figuring out their own value system from the multicultural mix they have been exposed to. It is said that in the end, TCKs might adopt so many personas as cultural chameleons that they don’t know who they really are” (Pollock & Van Reken, 1999). “
Global mobility is increasing especially with more families moving abroad and facing the Influences of an increasingly complex and secular society. Some children do quite well, however, most children carry their unresolved emotional wounds into adulthood and Identity issues becomes a major obstacle and common problem that TCKs face.
In our Kids club, we address questions that most TCKs often ask such as; Who Am I where do I belong? Etc. and all the common challenges TCKs face. We teach them how to present themselves so that they can grow and develop in a healthy way. We also work alongside their parents through training so that are informed about the implications of TCKs and how they can better prepare for the challenges they may face.