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03-01-2021 12:01 AM - last edited on 03-02-2021 01:55 PM by Janine-RO
It can be challenging for parent to see her kid not doing well. I will suggest that you befriend your daughter. Be your daughter's friend. Win her confidence. I guess if you could do this, with time she will trust and confide in you the more . And whatever advice you offered will be acceptable because you both are on the same page and she will realise you are acting on her own interest
03-02-2021 01:56 PM
Hi @Lolos , I agree that building trust with young people is incredibly important - are there any things that you've found helpful in helping to build that trust in your own family? Would love to hear about your experiences
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