When Parents Should Get Involved in their Kids’ Issues

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As parents we try and allow our kids the opportunity to work through their problems whenever possible, but in some instances it is better if parents get involved. So, when should parents jump in? our child and family therapist, Dr. Larry Curry, stopped in with his advice.


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