PARENTING

PARENTING

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  1. Baby drinking milk

    Commentary: Do parents really need a confinement nanny?

    While costly for many, good confinement support can alleviate “mum guilt” and help new mothers prioritise self-care and recovery, says Annie Tan.
  2. Beach

    Commentary: The things I no longer do for my significant other

    Relationships can be tough. But sometimes, it takes a walk down the unpleasant bits of memory lane to realise how far you’ve come, says Karen Tee.
  3. A child eating.

    Commentary: When is your child’s fussy eating a serious medical problem?

    Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder afflicts many adults and needs medical intervention. Before that happens, you can take some steps to ...
  4. Victoria Tang-Owen

    Working mum Victoria Tang-Owen of Shanghai Tang on being stylish yet practical

    Shanghai Tang turns 25 this year. What better way to celebrate its heritage and embrace the future than with the appointment of a new creative ...
  5. Woman answering and talking on a smartphone

    Commentary: We have totally undervalued late bloomers

    On the back of the release of PSLE results this week, it's time to question this concept of learning as a race against time, says mum June Yong.
  6. Big Bird from Sesame Street rides a float along 6th Avenue during the 92nd Macy's Thanksgiving

    Commentary: How Sesame Street set the gold standard for education

    But did the show help children learn? Or was it attractive to children who were already flourishing? The Financial Times' Tim Harford gives his take.
  7. China primary school students (1)

    Commentary: Here’s what’s wrong with a homework curfew

    News of the Chinese government imposing a curfew on schoolchildren doing homework suggest disturbing, deep-seated issues which have parallels in ...
  8. stress youth

    Commentary: Here’s what youths say helped them cope with their parents’ divorce

    Being told what is going to happen in advance helps children make sense of their changing family situation, says expert Susan Kay-Flowers.
  9. chinese class

    Commentary: In English-speaking Singapore, children face huge challenges in mastering mother tongue

    From a child’s perspective, arguing that they have to master mother tongue because of economic or cultural reasons cuts no ice, says mum June Yong.