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Getting on with the family (easy read)

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What does it mean?

family

 

 

  Sometimes you are happy in your family

loss and grief

 

Sometimes you are sad in your family 

siblings

 

 

 

Sometimes you may feel upset

anger

 

 

Sometimes you may feel angry

loneliness

 

 

Sometimes you may want to be alone

sad

 

 

Sometimes you may feel left out

In a family you learn to live with other people.

You learn about:

Communication (Com-you-nik-ay-shun)  
Ways to talk and listen to others.

notice boardresentment
Respect (Ree-spekt)
Treating others in the way that you want to be treated.
siblings
Negotiation   (ne-go-see-ay-shun)
Working out your problems without fighting
negotiation

You can change your friends but your family will always be your family .

Look after each other.

family

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We've provided this information to help you to understand important things about staying healthy and happy. However, if you feel sick or unhappy, it is important to tell your mum or dad, a teacher or another grown-up.

 

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