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You may find that our advice helps you enormously in some situations, but that in others, it doesn’t work perfectly—and that is totally okay!
This book is meant to tackle some of the initial, tough questions that you may have, and to help you begin (and continue) a dialogue with your child, family members, and other loved ones.
By picking up this book, it’s clear that you are one of those parents.Today you are seeking answers to questions that are very different from the questions you may have a year from now. We have also included key takeaways () at the end of each chapter, so there are many ways to digest this information, depending on your personal experience and interests.While our advice is based on our discussions with countless parents and their children, we, of course, cannot represent the experience of every single family.Everyone Is provided that space, presenting practical and supportive advice to people when they needed it most.Soon, we began to receive questions, thoughts, and comments, not only from kids, but also from their parents, teachers, community members, aunts, boyfriends, and others.
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