Today, everyone in the family should connect with a friend – that include parents! This is a difficult time and, while you’re caring for your family, it’s important for you to receive care and support from others.
Set up virtual playdates for kids. Let them pick the people they want to connect with and maybe a game they’d like to play. Games like “Battleship” and “Guess Who” can be played virtually if both parties have the game. While kids are having playdates, chat with their friends’ parents or call your friends.
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