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Life as a mother of two boys before 30 in Singapore

Life as a mother in Singapore is not normal because the general marriage rate for men was 35.7 marriages per thousand unmarried men aged 15 to 49 years old in 2020, and the rate for women was 34.9 in 2020.

In fact, a total of 22,651 marriages were registered in 2020 - a 10.9 per cent fall from 25,434 in 2019.

Life as a mother before 30 in Singapore is not normal because the median age of resident live births for first-time mothers was 31.0 years at the time of giving birth.
In fact, Chinese, Malay and Indian mothers have their first child at 31.7, 28.1 and 30.0 years, respectively.

Life as a mother of two boys before 30 in Singapore is not normal because Singaporeans suffering from primary infertility and secondary infertility have increased, resulting in Singapore's total fertility rate (TFR) falling to a historic low of 1.1 in 2020.
In fact, the latest report showed that 38,590 babies were born in 2020, a 1.8 per cent fall from the 39,279 births registered in 2019.

Most people in Singapore will never get married in their life.
Even more people in Singapore will never give birth in their life.
Even way more people in Singapore will never have children in their life.

As such, they will never understand what I have experienced, and is experiencing.

I started blogging in 2007 when I was a secondary school student.

My lecturer Chua Ren Cheng had paid sexual intercourse with an underage prostitute:

My principal Koh Yong Chiah had a sexual affair with a school vendor:

In the past, slashing and suicide incidents were common, teachers will simply tell those who took footages to delete them all and no one is to talk about it.
Now, slashing and suicide incidents are still common, except that there is technology for live videos so people are talking about it.
In fact, Singapore reported 452 suicides in 2020, causing the number of suicide deaths to rise to 8.88 per 100,000 residents.

Why do children commit suicide?
Because Singapore students experience high levels of anxiety and have been exposed to bullying?
In fact, in Singapore, 76 per cent reported feeling very anxious for a test even if they were well prepared, compared with the OECD average of 55 per cent.

Why do adults suicide?
Because people in their 20s are in a transitional phase of their lives – whether it is completing their education, starting their careers or dealing with relationships – and this could result in more stress factors that increase the risk of suicidal thoughts?
In fact, in 2019, 71 people aged between 20 and 29 killed themselves, and suicide accounted for about one-third of all reported deaths in this age group.

Why do the elderly commit suicide?
Because of financial worries, using their CPF to pay for public housing when they were young, hence have no money to pay for public healthcare services or retirement now?
In fact, Singapore reported 452 suicides in 2020. Among people aged 60 and above, a total of 154 took their own lives. This was a 26 per cent increase from 2019.

With Singapore being the only country in the world where the Singapore government doesn't spend a single cent on our public housing, public healthcare and pension for retirement, cases of violence, killing and suicide are on the rise.

No housing? Kill the children.
The fact is, there were 4,029 abortions performed on Singaporean women between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2020.
In 2020, 410 live births were registered without the father’s name and out of these 410 SP births, 83 (20.2%) births were born to teenagers aged 19 and below.

No healthcare? Kill themselves.
The fact is, Singapore reported 452 suicides in 2020.
Increase was observed across all age groups but in particular the elderly, which recorded the highest number of suicides since 1991 with a total of 154 who took their own lives.
This was a 26 per cent increase from 2019.

No pension? Kill each other.
The fact is, there were 37,409 reported crimes in 2020, up 6.5 per cent from 35,115 in 2019.
More than S$201 million was cheated in the top 10 scam types last year, with the total number of reported scam cases increasing to more than 15,700 cases in 2020.

As a mother, I hope none of such things will happen to my children.
I think it's just a matter of time when my children learn to use the internet and browse for stuff, with all the hate comments online from people who most likely have no one marrying them and people who will never become a parent, I hope my children will be strong.

May there be justice.
May hearts be magnanimous.

If mummy can survive two child births without any epidural, please survive the blind hate by daft people online and offline.

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