Episode 18: Basahan with Eunice

In the Philippines, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) disclosed that more than 25% of the 2,147 filed cases of child abuse in 2016 were sexual in nature - and the numbers continue to rise. When children have been molested or sexually abused, the physical body is not the only thing that is violated. … Continue reading Episode 18: Basahan with Eunice

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UH017: Takbo Girl Takbo with Millie Santuile

People do different things to cope with stress. Some women go shopping. Employees quit their jobs. Teenagers turn to friends or spend hours on their phone. A common theme in all these situations, avoidance or escape is one of the ways that people do to protect themselves from awkward emotions and situations. The question is, … Continue reading UH017: Takbo Girl Takbo with Millie Santuile

Episode 16: Control Freak with Ronald Santuile

People who have the constant desire to control others, whether they are aware of it or not, feel the need to do so for different reasons. Some people do this to cover up low or damaged self-esteem, while others may do so because of some traumatic experiences in life. While this list of reasons can … Continue reading Episode 16: Control Freak with Ronald Santuile

Episode 15: Daddy’s Girl with Angel Jao

While the Philippines remains to be the 4th largest Christian nation in the world and the only country (aside from the Vatican) where divorce is not legal, parental separation is nothing new to Filipinos. Recent legislative development has seen the landslide approval of House Bill 6779 which gives equal weight to church-decreed annulment with that … Continue reading Episode 15: Daddy’s Girl with Angel Jao

Episode 14: Takot Ako with Emy Catap

People worry about different things -- a student preparing for an exam, a mother caring for her sick child, a boss thinking how to keep the business profitable and running. How do you know when your worrying is beyond what’s normal and ordinary? According to WebMD, anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that refers to … Continue reading Episode 14: Takot Ako with Emy Catap

Episode 9: “Bugbog Sarado” with Tin Benitez

Domestic violence has been an age-old issue that tremendously affects people from all walks of life everywhere in the world. More than the physical harm, this kind of abuse ranges from verbal, emotional, psychological, and even sexual. Its effects are so severe that it crosses generations and significantly impacts families, communities, and nations. In the … Continue reading Episode 9: “Bugbog Sarado” with Tin Benitez

Episode 8: “Insecure Daw Ako” with Andy Benitez

Lack of affirmation. Repressed emotions. Having absentee parents. These are some of the factors that can plant seeds of insecurity in a child's heart and mind. More often than not, children develop ways to cope with these situations as they grow up. While a person may not be aware nor readily admit being insecure, his … Continue reading Episode 8: “Insecure Daw Ako” with Andy Benitez

Episode 7: “May Nakakakita Ba?” with Dhon Buenaventura

According to the study on the Filipino youth aged 15 to 24 done by the University of the Philippines Population Institute in 2013 and posted by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), 2 out of 5 Filipino ladies have watched a pornographic movie or video while 3 out of 4 men have watched the same. Usually … Continue reading Episode 7: “May Nakakakita Ba?” with Dhon Buenaventura

Episode 6: “May Halaga Ba ang Buhay” with Susan Blancaflor

Contrary to the society's notion of sex, God created sex as a gift and an expression of love to be enjoyed by married couples. With this generation's idea of liberty, sexual freedom has turned this gift into something that God did not intend it to be -- pain, trauma, even addiction.  When the sexual act results in … Continue reading Episode 6: “May Halaga Ba ang Buhay” with Susan Blancaflor

Episode 5: “Laki sa Layaw, Jeproks” with Boy Valenzuela

If you can do everything you can in your power so that your loved ones, especially your kids, won’t have to suffer any pain, trouble, and humiliation, would you give whatever it takes? Probably not. Getting all that you want doesn’t mean you’re getting exactly what you need. When you don’t get what you need, … Continue reading Episode 5: “Laki sa Layaw, Jeproks” with Boy Valenzuela