4 in 5 Singaporean women experience 'mum guilt', says survey

(Clockwise from top left) Ms Khalima Ahmad and her daughter Nurul Huda, Ms Jamie Lee and her son Noah Ong, Ms Lily Kew and her family, Madam Taksiah Razak and her family.
(Clockwise from top left) Ms Khalima Ahmad and her daughter Nurul Huda, Ms Jamie Lee and her son Noah Ong, Ms Lily Kew and her family, Madam Taksiah Razak and her family. PHOTOS: ARIFFIN JAMAR, COURTESY OF LILY KEW, JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - Mum guilt - that sinking feeling that there is not enough time and energy to do everything and do it well for your child - is a real phenomenon.

And it has only become worse, especially in an era of social media, where other parents showcase seemingly perfect lives.

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