Category Archives: Day-to-Day Fathering

Glean from a treasure trove of fathering tips from Centre for Fathering’s expert community! These have been designed as simple reflective practices that will guide you to being a better dad, and increase the wellbeing of your children and family.

Shared Parenting Tips for Working Dads and Mums

By Centre for Fathering’s Resource Team Contemporary dual-income households face many challenges from competing priorities of work, family and busy schedules. Fathers and mothers can benefit from “Shared Parenting Approach” strategies for growing stronger spousal partnerships so that neither feels alone in the parenting journey; and practical tips on building lasting relationships with your children. […]

Eruandee and Nooraini – Partners in Life

Mr CP Eruandee Prayitna’s eyes light up at the mention of his family. A dad of three, Eruandee (43), better known as ‘Wan’, is Deputy Head of Engagement and Outreach at Centre for Fathering–Dads for Life (CFF-DFL). His work is to encourage active fathering in Singapore’s Malay-Muslim community. His wife, Kindergarten Teacher, Nooraini Bte Md […]

Parenting Tips For Navigating the Teen Years

By Centre for Fathering’s Resource Team Here are some tips to help you navigate the teen years. The transition from child to young adult is a crucial phase as this is when he picks up the skills and attitude to survive and thrive in the world outside the home. Like a farmer carefully tending a garden, you can […]

Navigating the Teen Years Workshop

By Centre for Fathering’s Resource Team On 12 January 2017, 16 dads and four mums gathered at the Centre for Fathering and Dads for Life (CFF) office in Toa Payoh, to attend this year’s first run of the Navigating the Teen Years Workshop. Conducted by Mr Edwin Choy, Therapist, Family Coach and Co-founder of CFF, the […]

The Greatest Man – by Charles Ives

Thank you very much to everyone who joined us at our Appreciation Concert on 9 November! We were entertained by the talented students from the vocal department of  Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YSTCM). One of the pieces sung was “The Greatest Man” composed by Charles Ives, performed by YSTCM tenor student, Jongwoo Baek. […]

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