As promised here’s our #FQwentuhan with the country’s top child psychologist, Dr. Honey Carandang of MLAC Foundation.
Today FQ takes another meaning FAMILY QUOTIENT! join as we discuss the lowering of MACR (minimum age of criminal responsibility), and also her childhood money memory and #FQripot tip.
There is a petition you can sign if you believe that lowering the minimum age of criminal responsibility is not the answer to solving juvenile crimes. (Click: https://www.change.org/p/no-to-lowering-the-minimum-age-of-criminal-responsibility-in-the-philippines)
- If you haven’t listened to our Episode 4 of Mom and Son Podcast, you may click any of the following links below. Our topic this week is “What Were You Doing at 9 & 12 Years Old?”
- If you want to read the Juvenile Justice Welfare Act of 2006 and the proposed amendments, click the following links:
3. To help you understand your relationship with money and have a high FQ, get your copy of FQ: The nth Intelligence
You may purchase the book in major bookstores in the country, or online shops. For autographed copies, please go to FQ Mom FB page (click SHOP), or FQMom.com (click BOOKS), or email us at FQMomm@gmail.com
4. Want to know where your FQ stands? Take the FQ Test Challenge now! Click link. http://rebrand.ly/FQTest
Rose Fres Fausto is a writer and speaker on money and family. She wrote Raising Pinoy Boys and The Retelling of The Richest Man in Babylon (English and Filipino versions), FQ: The nth Intelligence. Click this link to read samples – Books of FQ Mom. She is a Behavioral Economist, Certified Gallup Strengths Coach and the grand prize winner of the first Sinag Financial Literacy Digital Journalism Awards. Follow her on Facebook & YouTube as FQ Mom, and Twitter & Instagram as theFQMom.