Mum Guilt: Juggling career with parenting and tackling personality clashes

Ms Lily Kew, 48, recalls feeling guilty when she had to say goodbye to her daughter, Uli Seven Ong, then about 10 months old, to go on work trips.
Ms Lily Kew, 48, recalls feeling guilty when she had to say goodbye to her daughter, Uli Seven Ong, then about 10 months old, to go on work trips.PHOTO: COURTESY OF LILY KEW

SINGAPORE- Ms Lily Kew, 48, is currently pregnant with her second child. She had her first just two and a half years ago.

As a much older mum to a young child, she is in a strange season of life where the pressure is particularly intense as she juggles being at the peak of her career with newfound motherhood.

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