FAMILY

FAMILY

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  1. workers Singapore file

    Citizens' panel to discuss work-life harmony now open for applications

  2. Cooking pot on stove

    Commentary: Time to cook is a luxury most families don't have

    The idea of slowing down and making time for food sounds ideal, but today's family have a lot on their plate, say social scientists Joslyn ...
  3. drug pills drugs illustration

    Most grandparents keep pills where grandchildren can get them: Study

  4. Best family-friendly resorts in Southeast Asia

    7 luxury resorts in Southeast Asia for an enriching, fun-filled family vacation

    From babysitting and daycare services to children’s yoga and cooking classes that the whole family can enjoy, here are seven of the region’s best ...
  5. Not only has Mohd Nur Azmi grown closer to his sons, they have also been his pillars of support.

    Grit and a whole lot of love: When single fathers rise to the challenge

    One parent rediscovers what it is to truly be a father after a traumatic divorce, another has been raising his daughter since she was one — two ...
  6. NYT - Parenting

    Where is the line between helping your children and helicopter parenting?

    In the wake of the college bribery scandal, critiques of parents who meddle too much can leave us questioning our everyday instincts to help our ...
  7. Orban's plan is designed to encourage Hungarian women to have more children and thus reverse

    Commentary: What Hungary is doing for families and women’s work-life balance

    Viktor Orban’s critics have been equally slow to understand the social and economic policies that help families and underpin his popularity, says ...
  8. mobile phone

    Commentary: Alone together? How smartphones have changed family time

    These patterns are particularly pronounced among young people aged 14 to 16, say sociology experts Stella Chatzitheochari and Killian Mullan.
  9. Father daughter family Singapore

    Commentary: When your friends become dads and you're still a bachelor

    An epiphany of my thirties — I don’t have to lose my friends with children, says the Financial Times' Janan Ganesh.