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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06 Jun 2021
Focus on the Family said what is key is making sure parents are equipped with constructive conflict resolution skills - whether or not they get divorced in the end.
IN THE PRESS

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05 Jun 2021
[Focus on the Family Singapore] does not support instituting this divorce option that has been proposed
IN THE PRESS

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30 May 2021
[P]arenting expert Chong Ee Jay urges parents not to panic about a little extra time spent online, but to focus on the quality of the children's screen time instead.
IN THE PRESS

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09 Apr 2021
Livestreamers have the space to express themselves, from topics about mental health to family issues
IN THE PRESS

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04 Apr 2021
[Principal counsellor Alicia Boo said,] "even in the best of families, some sibling rivalry is part of standard growing-up pains."
IN THE PRESS

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18 Mar 2021
We encourage youth to step up when they see others being bullied. It can make adjustments to an attitude, a culture.
IN THE PRESS

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07 Feb 2021
[Mr Chong Ee Jay, cyber wellness expert, shared,] "If they're already on social media, you need to caution them...Use the opportunity to educate them that there are real dangers online."
IN THE PRESS

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07 Feb 2021
[Mr Chong Ee Jay, cyber wellness expert, said,] "Parents have to learn to let go and open up. If you simply curb their social media usage, teens feel like they are not trusted.
IN THE PRESS

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18 Jan 2021
[Including the child in marital conflict] cause undue stress on the child and worsen his feelings of guilt and shame as he often feels helpless and caught in the middle", says Ms Theresa Pong

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