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Get creative in showing your children you love them

Actions speak louder than words – telling your children you love them is meaningless if you don’t follow this up with purposeful action.

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Be a Father Figure for a Child in Need

A father figure doesn’t have to be an immediate male member of the family. You can always be a father figure to your child’s friends at school.

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Help your kids feel special

The way you relate to your child tells them a lot about how you feel about them. Consciously seek to interact with them so that they feel special.

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Tell your kids how special they are

Think about specific ways that your child is unique, and tell them how special those things are.

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Alcohol and your children

What can you do to help your children understand alcohol is not the answer to their everyday stresses?

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Send messages to say “I love you”

Don’t just tell your kids you love them in spoken words – use a variety of ways to communicate.

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Say “I love you”

Tell your children you love them.

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Be creative in how you tell your children you love them

Tell your kids you love them, often, in many different ways.

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Work around children’s busyness

As the kids get older, they will get busier with school, sport, after-school activities, friends, etc. Work around their other commitments as much as you can in planning time together.

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Be there

If you are separated from your partner and have limited access to your children, make sure they know that you will continue to always be there for them.