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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

7 Harmful Habits of OFW Families

 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO



Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through.
They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress.
Working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do their job. For the love of their family back home, they will press on.
Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one?
Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, it hurts the OFWs physically and mentally and indeed needed to be avoided.


 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
1. They do not look for other sources of income.

They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother.
They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas.
This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.
 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance.
The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.


 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition.
Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money.
The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them. 
Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?



 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
4. They do not bother to save money.
Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement?
While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.


 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money.
In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts.
When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.


 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money.
Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny.
This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.
 Being an OFW is is more difficult than it looks. Unless you become an OFW, you will not understand what they are going through. They suffer a lot more than homesickness. Working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and different nationalities around, the OFWs must be tough enough to handle everyday stress. working in foreign land requires OFWs to work regardless of what they feel. They are forced to work even if their sick, without proper sleep or even if they are not able to eat properly because they are paid to do it. For the love of family back home, they will continue to do it. Now, what does their family do to help their OFW loved one? Sadly, they do nothing. Most families of the OFWs oftentimes has this seven habits, even though they are not even aware that they are already doing it, that hurt the OFWs and indeed needed to be avoided.   1. They do not look for other sources of income.  They have the mentality that everything will be provided by their OFW father/mother. They are just relying on the monthly remittance sent by the breadwinner overseas. This habit could result that the OFW will be coming home poor and with a lot of debts.  2. They are inclined to spending up to the last cent of the OFW remittance. The moment they received the remittance from the OFW, they will go straight to the mall buying the things they want without even thinking how many snacks and meals the OFW has skipped just to send that money to them.   3.Their calls and messages are always about the money and not to check on the OFWs condition. Instead of a sensible conversation, their call will focus on just one thing----money. The call that should uplift the longing spirit of the OFW has become additional burden to them.  Why don't we ask if our beloved OFW is ok before talking anything else?    4. They do not bother to save money. Working abroad is not for life. The OFWs get old and eventually become weak. how will they sustain the family on his retirement? While the OFW always ensure that they are good providers, the family should think about savings, too. By doing this, we are doing our beloved OFW a great favor.   5. They tend to fearlessly borrow money. In their mind, it is not going to be a problem because thae OFW will send money to cover these debts. When the OFW come home for good, they will be surprised by the unexpected debts.... and its huge.   6. They think that  OFWs have an awful lot of money. Lets just get things straight, OFWs do not pick money on the streets abroad. They are working very hard for every penny. This notion among people that OFWs are rich has to be stopped.  7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money. Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly. The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed. Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families. No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.  Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
7. Most OFW families are not good stewards of money.
Every family must be educated on how to handle their finances properly.
The OFW sacrifices will result to nothing in the end if this problem will not be properly addressed.
Financial literacy seminars are sometimes conducted free for the OFW families.
No matter how much they earn from working abroad, all the efforts of the OFWs will be in vain if their family back home will not take their part on handling their finances wisely.

The OFW will eventually come home for good. Eradicating these harmful habits might save them time and resources. Their families has to cooperate. After all, the OFWs do everything for you as their family, it's about time that you make them feel that their sacrifices and hardships is not in vain.
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