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As a a parent have learned a number of things
1. Allow children to make decissions sometimes
2. Create time for children to do their own stuff
3. Dont choose the type of games your children should play.
Schools are making it worse. One vacation my son was given an assignment which I found not to be proffesional, he was supposed to do all excises in an encyclopedia, how possible it was I dont know anyway


Social media also play big role in worsening our children especially when a kid is want to stay in gadget to chat and commenting without thinking abt schoo assigment


But stress is real especially in Africa kids are committing suicide every day especially age 8to 14yrs

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