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1 thought on “The Best, Non Intrusive Way to Communicate with Tweens”

  1. I think instilling a sense of belonging to the team is important too. My son recently asked me why he has to clean, I told him because he’s part of the family and we all do our part to take care of things together. He said he doesn’t like to clean, but he went right to it. We’re so in agreement on such things. 🙂

    Your relationship w/your daughter always sounds so wonderful. My 13-yr old still confides in me, and I feel very lucky. By the time I was her age, I’d long since clammed up w/my own mother.

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