Disappointment is a normal part of life, and the lockdowns due to COVID-19 caused some major disappointments while disrupting lives everywhere. Across the country, kids missed out on big events like graduations and summer vacations, as well as ordinary daily activities like hanging out with friends.
It’s enough to make anyone feel a little sad and discouraged.
It’s also natural for parents to want to shield children from such unpleasant situations. However, dealing with losses can be a beneficial experience. Otherwise, your sons and daughters may struggle when they run into bigger letdowns as adults.
How can you guide your children without taking over?
Try these ideas for helping your kids to deal with disappointment.
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