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He is not surprised that couple fight about housework.He says: "If I don't want to do the laundry, you don't want to do the laundry, who is going to do the laundry?Their partners prefer spending time with their mobile phones and not them, said 32 per cent of respondents.
Seventy-seven per cent are in a relationship with a partner, including 59 per cent who are married. What is valued Partners who: - are easy to get along with - are comfortable in each other's silence - enjoy doing things together - respect individuality - have honesty More men than women in Singapore feel that close bonding is one of the most important aspects in a partnership and want their ideal partner to express their love for them.OBSESSION Senior manager and principal consultant with Fei Yue Community Services, Ms Evelyn Khong, shared an example of how a couple in their early 30s witnessed their relationship deteriorate because of the husband's obsession with computer games.The husband would insist that the family eat together, but would hurry his seven-year-old child through dinner so that he could get to his computer games. If the child ate too slowly, he would even resort to slapping the child. Says Ms Khong: "Couples should also focus on managing the (technology) that we have subtly allowed into our lives, letting it pull our relationships apart." Families in this era face a lot of challenges, more so than before, says Mr Willy Ho, the lead counsellor with The Counselling Paradigm.- Of those aged 40 or above, 17 per cent are single, have never married and are without a partner.
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In 2015, there were 7,522 divorces and annulments, the third highest annual figure on record, according to a report by the Department of Statistics released in July.