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The 101 on how you can be the best support while helping loved ones who are experiencing tougher times.
From being diagnosed with cerebral palsy to breaking world records, Isis Holt has had a different upbringing to most teenagers.
Learn what to say and how to be supportive when a workmate is going through a hard time.
The best thing you can do for your child is to help them learn how to cope.
My child was restless, angry, and sullen. The pain and desperation in his eyes was something that I will never forget.
If someone you know is going through a tough time, they might tell you about it when you feel least prepared to help them.
It’s not an easy conversation, but it also might be one of the most important ones you ever have.
Here are some of the behavioural changes that you may notice in children who have seen something distressing in the news.
Children must feel that they can speak and just as importantly, they need someone who will listen to them.
Children can be especially sensitive to upsetting or traumatic news. Talking to them about it is the best support you can give.
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