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Parent’s Support

After speaking to a large amount of parents it appears that there is an increased anxiety among some parents, and most feel that they don't know how to respond or even how to make sense out of the way their children are acting. In some cases it doesn't mean that some parents aren't trying to solve their sibling problems they just simply need the right kind of advice and support that will better enable them.


I think it's important for parents to remember that they are not alone. And if they are to survive the hard task of parenting they must learn to reach out. After all children don't come with a manual! So therefore it's ok to ask questions, seek advice or receive support. None of us are perfect. Most Parents are doing the best they can, but too many of them are doing it without support, and the right kind of support to say the least.

Parent’s Support

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