How to Talk to Your Children About a Financial Crisis

Perhaps you find yourself living in a country undergoing major financial upheaval. Chances are you yourself are worried, and are making moves to protect yourself. Or perhaps you are so emotional and are not sure what to do. Whatever the situation, pay attention to your children during this difficult period, as they may be scared and worried. Children will hear frightening stories from their friends and the information they get will be very incomplete and troubling to them. Give your child full support during any financial crisis and let them know that you have things under control. Do not make the mistake of letting your child suffer in silent worry.

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