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"But, tita, please know that I'm trying my best and continually striving to achieve my goals."
From “Oh, TYG its the holidays,” to “Oh no, it’s the holidays,” real quick! Along with the cheerful greetings, relaxing ambiance, and jolly crowds comes a pinch of tension between you and your relatives when the topic of school—particularly graduation—has been dug up ...
 
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They'll appreciate these gifts for sure!
Our moms and titas are probably the hardest to shop for when it comes to Christmas gifts. What do you get someone who can practically have anything they want?! Below, we help you out with mom- and tita-approved gift recos:Olay Magnemasks Infusion Rejuvenating Sheet ...
 
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Turn your family's questions from "Kailan ka ga-graduate?" to "Uy, nag-draw ka na ba?"
Ah, family Christmas parties. It's that annual, mandatory gathering of relatives who keep bugging you with questions like, "Uy, parang tumaba ka?" or "Kailan ka ga-graduate?" We love them though. But seriously, it can get a bit awkward when they've got nothing ...
 
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"So, asan ang tatay mo?"
The image a lot of people have of a perfect family is a mommy, a daddy, and their children. But, this isn't the case for a lot of people.I grew up with only my mom by my side, and many are in ...
 
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Whenever mom or dad doesn't approve of the things you want, you immediately go to them.
There's something about grandparents that make you feel special and wanted. They are your second parents; they take care of you like you are their own child. They can get on your nerves sometimes but there's no denying how much you love ...
 
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You get the blame for everything!
Being the eldest is synonymous to being a second parent—you have to look out for them, be there for them, and many other things. One of the perks of being the eldest is having the unofficial right to boss your siblings around. From ...
 
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There are people within the family who bravely take on the responsibility that parents find hard to do.
It was probably during our kindergarten days when were first introduced to the sense of family. We knew we had a family since we were little, but the sense of pride and belongingness started when we were asked to draw our family ...
 
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He is the most embarrassingly sweet dad ever!
Former matinee idol and Ormoc City mayor Richard Gomez is such cute tito on IG (You know how your fave uncle posts on social media? Like that.), and his unica hija Juliana Gomez knows this all too well. He smothers her with his embarrassing (and adorable) ...
 
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Kinain ka na ng sistema, besh!
"In case you missed it," there goes Twitter serving what has become your daily breakfast in bed.Most of us are probably guilty of checking our phones first thing in the morning regardless of being half-awake. If someone entered your room and took ...
 
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"Are you also a candidate for Cum Laude? You should be like your sisters."
"Are you also a candidate for Cum Laude? You should be like your sisters." I often get asked these questions, so as a reply, I just smile and bow my head down. These are the words that have been echoing in my ...
 
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I wish I could turn back time, but I can't.
Probably one of the most annoying things that could ever happen to someone is to have a sibling. Being the youngest in the family adds up to the reason why I think having one is annoying.Growing up with two sisters and two ...
 
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Here's how I deal.
When people find out you're an only child, they will most likely think that you're a spoiled kid. But we're really not. Those who don't have siblings may have more of their parents' attention than those with sibs but with the attention ...
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