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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18 Aug 2021
Mr Ee Jay Chong, family life specialist and cyber wellness expert...said, "Parents cannot make light of what can happen online. They are their children's first line of defence."
IN THE PRESS

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07 Jul 2021
[Focus Singapore's R&D Head Elisa Ng said:] "filing for divorce last year, just after Covid-19 hit Singapore, would have further destabilised their lives."
IN THE PRESS

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29 Jun 2021
[Mr Chong Ee Jay, deputy head at FamChamps,] says: "Young people aren't just consuming content from the phone — they are experiencing it as well."
IN THE PRESS

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20 Jun 2021
[Mr Chong Ee Jay, deputy head at FamChamps,] advises parents with older children to adjust the boundaries accordingly. "They already hear a lot from the school on the dos and don'ts. A relational approach is what they need at home."
IN THE PRESS

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20 Jun 2021
[In a Focus on the Family Singapore survey, the] top three factors that support fathers in being more involved would be more time to spend with children, flexible work arrangements, and manag[ing] children's behaviour and problems well
IN THE PRESS

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19 Jun 2021
41 per cent of fathers list having flexible work arrangements as second on their wish list towards being more involved parents
IN THE PRESS

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18 Jun 2021
Fathers are spending more time at home, giving them opportunities to be more involved on the home front