You, your child, and problem solving Public Deposited

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  • Why is problem solving important for families? Naturally, conflicts arise for children every day. Children who learn to figure out solutions to their problems are better able to work and play with others. The ability to solve difficult situations also builds positive self-esteem, self-confidence, and relationships with others.
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