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Why China’s millennials are saying no to marriage
The hashtag “people born after 1990 do not want to marry” seen on China’s Twitter-like Weibo platform, attracted thousands of comments over the summer.
Best communities in Canada for families
Great schools, well-paying jobs and a strong sense of community make the No. 1 place ideal to raise a family in Canada, a new ranking finds.
Do we think enough about love for children in care?
A care experienced social worker reflects on the need to prioritise relationships over paperwork and caseloads.
Malaysia: creating self-awareness in our children
Before our children can make changes in themselves, they need to know what there is to work with.
How to adopt positive parenting habits
Disregarding their feelings makes them feel unwanted and causes negative effects.
Finland: More families grapple with domestic violence
In 2018, just over 5,000 people fled to Finland’s 28 shelters in a bid to escape domestic violence according to the latest data available from the National Institute for Health and Welfare.
Focussing on the critical years of a child’s life
What the draft Indian National Education Policy omits in its chapter on early childhood care and education.
Singapore: Marriage and divorce rates down in 2018
Singstat added that the median age of first-time grooms and brides rose from 29.8 years to 30.2 years and from 27.3 years to 28.5 years respectively between 2008 and 2018.
Smartphones are disrupting connections between parents and their babies
Parents in rich countries spend a lot more time with their kids today than they did 50 years ago. But phones are increasingly creeping into those interactions, impacting their depth and quality.
Stop blaming our parenting
American intellectual Jonathan Haidt says middle class parents are creating fragile children.
Will the pandemic lead to a shift in parenting roles?
Social protection in high-income countries
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