How do you keep your marriage strong throughout the repeated cycles of separation and returns? Five couples share their experiences.
How can you and your seafaring spouse work together during times of crisis? A tip from a couple who’s been there: ask each other how best to support the other. And make sure to listen to what your spouse says.
They said it takes a village to raise a child, but what if one parent must go nautical miles away for work? Paano pag wala si daddy, at working mom pa si mommy? Here are some tips that have helped us in our daily life. I would like to encourage other seafarer wives out there: it gets easier it gets better.
It’s your vacation and you can spend precious moments with your family. There are ways other than malling and staycationing where you can share more memories with your family. Here are just some of the places you can check out:
For the seafarer in between contracts, quality family time is essential. Here’s how LEGO can encourage family bonding, promote communication, and ignite the imagination.
Time and distance often separate seafarers from their loved ones. Seafarer Asia shares two perspectives – one young and one wise – to help tide you through the long months.