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The arrival of a baby can unify a family but it can also throw relationships asunder. Setting ground rules, ensuring two-way communication and learning to respect boundaries are just some ways for multi-generational families to navigate misunderstandings and live harmoniously.
To mark Children’s Day on 8 Oct 2021, we bring you the ways you can relive the carefree spirit of childhood with your young ones. Introduce the kids to classic games like Uno and Snakes and Ladders, stock up on old-school snacks, or just spend a fun day at the beach or a new playground.
You don’t need a special occasion to gift something to the seniors at home, but with Celebrating Our Grands Day coming up on 9 October 2021, you’ve got every reason to make them feel special with a DIY gift tailored to suit their personality.
In this #AskFFL interview, FFL Council Chairman Mr Ishak Ismail and FFL Council Member Mrs Sher-Li Torrey discuss the different strategies parents can adopt for successful family bonding.
Singapore’s 56th birthday is around the corner, and what better way to mark the occasion with the family than with a trivia quiz?
In this #AskFFL interview, Families for Life Chairman Mr Ishak Ismail, shares his views on the five love languages as explained by marriage guru Gary Chapman, and how they can affect family relationships.
COVID-19 kept this extended family of 13 apart and disrupted a family affair that had lasted for years. But with the help of technology, they have found new ways to get closer together.
Even with 12,000km between them, technology allowed this transnational family to grow closer to their family in Colombia. Joanna Portilla’s household took advantage of the circuit breaker for some much-needed quality time and family bonding.