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Help your child reflect on his or her emotions to identify what makes him or her feel a certain way. Find solutions to any challenges together.
Lead by example
Communicate better with your child. Opening up about your own feelings, the reasons behind those feelings and how you deal with it will help bridge gaps between you and your child.
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