Mental Health Resources for Your Family

In this time of COVID, many people we know are fighting weariness. In families, we acknowledge that not all relationships are easy to bear or understand, which makes staying home tougher.

Whether you want to broach mental health topics with your kids, or push for greater awareness among your peers, check out #StrongerWithFamily. This micro-site aggregates mental health resources from our digital platforms on issues from grief & trauma, to conversation starters to use with teens and tweens.

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06 Mar 2022
[Cyber-wellness expert] Mr Chong Ee Jay said it is important for parents not to blame their children but instead help them and let them know they are tackling the incident as a family.
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27 Feb 2022
Ms Alicia Boo, principal counsellor at Christian charity Focus on the Family Singapore, says with so much going on, new parents may also "feel a sense of having lost 'us'".
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25 Jan 2022
Noel Group partnered Focus on the Family Singapore early this month to send 20 Chinese New Year hampers and special 5-course sets to families in challenging situations
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23 Jan 2022
"Conversations with dads are most important to help boys feel connected and loved", says Ms Susan Koh, a family life specialist with Focus on the Family Singapore
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16 Jan 2022
"Having conversations with parents about sex helps youth delay sexual activity while preparing them to make healthy decisions about relationships in future," says Ms June Yong, a family life expert at Focus on the Family Singapore
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16 Jan 2022
Ms Yong advises parents to take time to help their kids understand the changes they will experience, and encourage them to raise concerns or questions.
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09 Jan 2022
Cyber wellness expert Mr Chong Ee Jay suggests that kids co-pay for in-game purchases so that they "feel the pinch" and have a sense of ownership in the purchasing decision.
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19 Dec 2021
Mr Chong Ee Jay, a cyber-wellness expert, advises parents to determine "the purpose of the phone", which could guide considerations
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14 Nov 2021
The changes in the transition to Secondary 1 cannot be separated from the wider changes associated with adolescence[, says Ms June Yong, family life specialist at Focus on the Family Singapore.]

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