"Family therapist Anne Fishel says only about 30% of families regularly eat dinner together, despite family mealtime being hugely beneficial for kids." In a podcast with Anne Fishel, a family therapist and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at the Harvard Medical School, she mentioned the benefits of having family meals and cited positive improvements for family members in various forms such as: ✅ Physical Health such as cardiovascular health with lower fat and sugar intake. ✅ Mental Health such as lower rates of depression, anxiety, eating and higher rates of resilience and self-esteem. ✅ Academic Performance such as improved grades and improved literacy in children. Support DADs for Life & Centre for Fathering at fathers.com.sg/donate or visit fathers.com.sg for more information. #EatWithYourFamilyDay #DadsforLife
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