Focus on the Family Singapore regularly contributes opinions on pertinent issues relating to family and relationships to the press. Here are the stories featuring our expert opinions and the letters we have contributed to the editor.

IN THE PRESS

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21 Oct 2020
[Mr Chong Ee Jay said] guiding the young on cyber wellness issues goes beyond the classroom, it involves parents, teachers and the community.
IN THE PRESS

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04 Oct 2020
"Acknowledge that it is okay to try and fail, then try again, so that both parents can work together," [Ms Chan] said.
IN THE PRESS

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03 Oct 2020
Kids need a safe space at home to share their challenges without judgement, says Ms Skye Tan, a family life specialist
IN THE PRESS

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19 Sep 2020
The upcoming exams made 7 out of 10 children feel "angry" or "sad", with over 3 in 5 feeling "worried" about the assessments.
IN THE PRESS

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19 Sep 2020
CEO Joanna Koh-Hoe said, "It's probably no surprise that the survey results show that our children face tremendous pressure when it comes to their academic performance."
IN THE PRESS

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18 Sep 2020
"[H]igh levels of worry can lead to test anxiety if left unchecked...and lead to other forms of anxiety, depression or mental health issues," the charity said.
IN THE PRESS

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16 Aug 2020
Mr Chong Ee Jay, a family life specialist at charity Focus on the Family Singapore, gives some tips
IN THE PRESS

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28 Jul 2020
[Ms Pong shared that] without intentional effort in investing in the marital relationship, this can often lead to an increase in unmet expectations
IN THE PRESS

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24 Jun 2020
The support and love dads receive will go far in encouraging them to continue showing up more at home

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