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Find time for a child
Your child is always in need of your help. You can become a best friend for him/her. Your presence in life, being ready to listen and support will help to keep head above water. Of courseя, it is very difficult to find a balance between work and family these days. However, your child goes through hard times, so try to spend as much time together as possible.