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Child Development, Child Nutrition, Disciplining, Parent-Child Relationships

4 Ways to Be a Positive Role Model for Your Kids

It’s almost impossible to teach good habits, social skills, and traits like kindness, empathy, and resilience simply by talking about it. Here’s how you can be a positive parenting role model, so you can inspire your little ones to do the same. 

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Child Education, New Parents

3 Ways You Can Talk About the Birds and the Bees to Your Child Without Blushing

It’s one of the most dreaded conversations for parents to have with their prepubescent children. How and when do you start explaining where babies come from, what sex is and the changes that happen in their bodies?

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Money Matters, Child Education

What Your Kids Can Learn About Money Through Covid-19

Economies are shrinking, layoffs are happening en masse and everyone’s tightening their purse strings. Worrying as they are, financial issues that have accompanied the Covid-19 pandemic can make great learning opportunities for children.

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Child Development, Child Nutrition, New Parents, Parent-Child Relationships

Be Flexible: How Chris Lim of 'The MeatMen Food Channel’ Parents His Two Special Needs Kids

Parenting isn’t all about creating structure and discipline. Father of two special needs children, Chris Lim, has found that a little flexibility can go a long way.

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Caregiving, Family Issues, Family Bonding, Family Planning, Child Education

The Fine Art of Juggling for Dual-Career Parents

Juggling work, children and spouse can be a fine balancing act for dual-career couples. Find out how Adriana Lim Escaño and Bryan Tan share responsibility to ease the stress of juggling multiple roles.

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships, New Parents

4 Tips to Help Your Children Cope When You Return to the Office

​Young children who have grown attached to their parents who have been working from home may need help coping when their parents return to the office. Managing their expectations and familiarising them with their new child care arrangements are crucial tips to making this transition easier for everyone involved.

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Child Development, Child Education, Parent-Child Relationships

#AskFFL: How Does Covid-19 Affect Special Needs Children?

The Covid-19 pandemic kept us home for safety reasons but prolonged social isolation can negatively affect children with special needs. In this #AskFFL interview, Dr Elly Sabrina, FFL Council Member, shares her take on the challenges, effects and solutions to help these children cope in such situations. 

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Child Development, Parent-Child Relationships

#AskFFL: 7 Ways to Help Your Child be a Problem-Solver without Tears

While solving problems and making decisions may be second nature to adults, it can be a real struggle for children. Here’s how we can teach our children problem-solving strategies that are vital to a resilient and empowered life.

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