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Natasha-Dantzig Natasha-Dantzig 4 years
That's a good point. I'll look around. It would probably be harder on the parents, obviously, but not so sure the kids should have to know the negative reasons for the move - all depends on age, I think.
AARD AARD 4 years
Have you found any books which speak about a move as a result of something negative happening, such as a divorce, loosing a job, a death of a parent, a natural disaster, etc.? Thanks.
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