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Communication Connect with kids

Children need nurturing and support from the adults they trust. When parents take time to talk with their kids, and to listen, kids feel more connected.

On even the busiest days, parents take a few minutes to strengthen their relationship - their connection - with their kids.

Get the story from families who share their experiences and how basic tips for communication can help you stay connected with your kids.

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