When Your Child... Is Upset & Needs Your Empathy
2-min video | Open Door for Parents
When our kids are upset, we parents tend to want to leap in to fix things. But sometimes, all our kids needs from us is some empathy. This week’s 2-minute video offers some ideas about how to do this.
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