Relocating to a different house in a new town can be an anxiety-inducing experience, and this stress extends to the younger members of the family who may struggle to comprehend and embrace the change. Adolescents, in particular, may exhibit disruptive behavior when they feel uprooted, impacting both home life and school dynamics. For parents, this translates to the added responsibility of assisting their children in emotionally preparing for the move, in addition to managing the numerous demands that come with relocation. To provide support in this endeavor, here are some recommendations for helping kids navigate the emotional aspects of a move.
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