We all love our kids and want them to grow into healthy adults. Fundamental to that goal is the kind of relationship we have with them. The better the relationship, the better the outcomes. However, it can be hard to get your child to open up about how they’re feeling and, often, you don’t want to seem like you’re bombarding them with questions. But getting them to talk about themselves-their fears, accomplishments, joys, etc- is essential to building a healthy relationship. So, as you and or your students take a break, check out this article, and make some time to strengthen your relationship with your child or children.

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