Unhealthy to Have Dominant and Passive Parenting Styles

A couple’s parenting differences can lead to divorce. In one case handled by Ms. Monica Christine Fernando, a marriage and family counsellor at Reach Counselling: The mother, a civil servant, felt that she should the one nurturing and caring for the children. The father was soft-hearted. When he attempted to discipline the children, they did … Read more

Mistress Hunters in China

As the world evolves, new jobs emerge. “Mistress hunters” are now appearing in China. They are paid to approach mistresses to earn their trust and persuade them to end their affairs with married men. Some women in China do not want a divorce as they fear falling into financial hardship. Hence, they hire mistress hunters … Read more

Mandatory Parenting Programme in Singapore

A pre-divorce parenting programme- the mandatory parenting programme (MPP)– will be introduced at the end of 2016. The change will affect couples who: Have at least one child younger than the age of 14; and Disagree on any divorce matter (including issues involving ground of divorce, custody, maintenance and asset). The scheme will eventually cover … Read more

Family Violence in Singapore

This week’s episode of Channel 5’s On The Red Dot (aired on 18 November 2016) examined spousal abuse. 2 women shared their stories on domestic violence. Jane (not her real name) suffered her husband’s abuse silently for several years. She was beaten up even when she was pregnant. Jane described her ordeal: there were times … Read more

Pennsylvania Man Caught Wife Cheating Using Drone

A man in Pennsylvania used an innovative way to catch his wife cheating. John G deployed a drone which followed his wife to work. The drone ended up capturing John G’s wife walking to a parking lot from home. She had used a different route from the one she normally took.  A man subsequently turned … Read more

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