Roy Gilbert

I wanted to be a perfect work-at-home mum. It nearly killed me

Photo courtesy of Eveline Gan As a work-at-home mother (WAHM), I write for a living, keep the household running and handle the nitty-gritty of parenting two children aged six and 12 years. While working on Saturday’s (Sept 21) story in TODAY on burnout in Singapore employees, I noticed striking similarities between work burnout and parental burnout. I am well-acquainted with the latter. Just like people suffering from job burnout, mothers and fathers can burn out too. New research on parental burnout confirms this. A […]

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