Talking to kids when they need help

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Talking to kids when they need help

As parents and teachers, you are the first line of support for kids and teens. It’s important for you to have an open line of communication with children and build a sense of trust. When your kids and teens are having difficulties, you want them to feel comfortable turning to you for help. Getting your kids to open up and talk to you can feel like a challenge. The following tips can be helpful in starting a conversation and understanding what’s going on in their lives.

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November 2019