Game Choice – Who Decides?

It is important to spend time and play games with your children for their happiness and the development of your bond.
Not always, however, are they going to be games of your choice or even games that you thoroughly enjoy. For this reason though, Peter Rowsthorn remarks how it is important to focus on the other, more important beneficial reasons of why you should continue to play games with your children even if you aren’t the decider of what ones to play!

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Review why you are FIFO

Working FIFO has both costs and rewards. Review your situation at least annually to see if it remains the optimal situation for you and your family.

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Encourage your children to share their worries

Listen to your children’s fears and anxieties about the times you are away and reassure them of your love and commitment to them.