Is the gap getting bigger and do the oldies really know what’s best? Your guess is as good as ours, but we come up with some interesting results trying to find out.
Breast-feeding in public has become one of those controversial debates. A recent incident in Claridge’s Hotel in London where a woman was asked to cover up while breast-feeding may have sparked the controversy, with the reach social media has these days.
This month Bookworm’s Truong looks at work that focuses on the family and family relationships
The patriots at the American Chamber of Commerce are donning their party hats early in celebration of next month’s Independence Day. On Jun. 8 at The American Club, everything will be red, white and blue for the Independence Day picnic and party.
This month Douglas Holwerda, American trained and licensed mental health counsellor, addresses the problems of friendship and being an expat wife
Social scientists have been studying marriage and marriage happiness for over a hundred years. It is often forgotten that the idea of marriage for anything but economic or political reasons is still relatively new in the world, and still rare in many places, particularly in developing nations.
So if you’re thinking of popping the question, read on and get the more interesting research findings regarding marriage and how it affects our happiness.