Danny Goh

The Gift of Friendship

The present global pandemic affects us all in one way or another – not just physically and economically, but psycho-emotionally as well. Mental health issues weigh heavily on many hearts and a good number grapple with issues of fear or anxiety, loneliness and depression. Even without the pandemic, a relational hunger exists. We live in …

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Feedback of Marital Counseling Training – Counseling Couples in Conflict & Crisis, Apr 29 & 30, 2021

What do you like about the trainer? His sharing and interaction with the participants (Lim Mei Lee) The wealth of experience the trainer has (plus examples) and his facilitation skills (AO) Trainer is very authentic (Anon) He recommended very good references/books (Anon) Trainer uses clear and good examples to illustrate his points as well as …

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Reflections on Aging (2) – The Travails of Aging (Part 2)

In the first part of this reflection, I painted a somewhat pessimistic but (hopefully) realistic picture of the aging body where physical deterioration, bodily aches and pain, falls and fracture can happen slowly or suddenly. We can add to these – brain atrophy, cardiovascular blockages and the possibility or even likelihood of cancer. As we …

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