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Building a Strong- Child Bond

Building a consistent, loving bond by showing affection and responding to a child's needs can help her feel secure abd support the parents effectiveness.


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My Name is LaNa' I'm a Child of God, Mother of four, A beautiful single outgoing woman, Survivor of Domestic Violence, On the rise to my greatness, building Surviving with Hope. Transforming the lives of oth others.

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