How to talk about Trump with your children

Parents, learn to get along with your kids, writes Katie DeGravetz.

The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of political drama and personal fallout for Donald Trump and his administration.

Here’s how to do it: 1.

You Can’t Have It Both WaysThe president and the president-elect are both trying to move forward in Washington.

That means Trump is in the White House and the House is in disarray.

Trump is using his bully pulpit to push his agenda, and he has a lot of allies in the House and Senate.

But the Senate is not a stable chamber.

So the two leaders will need to come to an agreement.

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Don’t OverreactTo this latest news, I know you’re still reeling from the election.

But if you’ve been feeling down, or feeling like you’re a target, I want you to take some time to re-evaluate your expectations of your children and yourself.

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Your Children Will Love ItYou have kids.

The most important thing they can do with their lives is take care of their parents.

This is how you can help your kids:Take time for yourself.

Spend time with your child, go on a date, talk to your child about a movie or game you’re enjoying.

If you’ve already talked about it, then you can focus on that and make sure you’re doing your part.

If not, you can also get help from a trusted friend.

4.

Get the Facts On The CaseFirst of all, you have to understand what’s happening.

This story is not going away anytime soon, and we have a president-Elect who is determined to push the boundaries of the law and the rule of law.

He is doing this not out of a desire to serve the American people, but rather to enrich himself.

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Let Them Know That You Are Not In ControlThe president- elect is the most powerful man in the world.

You have to give him the benefit of the doubt.

But you can’t ignore the fact that he and his advisers are putting their own interests ahead of the country.

We’ve seen this movie before.

President Clinton put his personal interests above the country and its well-being.

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Listen to Your ChildrenYou know the kind of person you want to have a relationship with: a friend, a family member, someone who is caring.

But there are things that you can do to make sure your children understand that you are not in control of their lives and their choices.

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Have More FunAs a parent, I’m glad that you’re trying to figure out how to make your kids happy.

I’m not saying that you should be the center of your family’s drama.

But I am saying that if you’re having a bad day, your child needs you to step in and make it better.

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Remember: A Happy Baby is Better Than a Sad BabyWhat’s more important: your own happiness or your kids’ happiness?

You want your kids to have fun and to be successful.

Make sure they understand that they have choices.

You can make their lives a little bit better by providing them with something fun that they like to do: go to the movies, go to parties, go shopping, go for a walk or a run.

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Get Some Peace and CalmThe president is going through some rough times.

But he is also working tirelessly to get things done in Washington and his Cabinet.

You don’t have to make the same choices you had in the past.

You do have the freedom to choose the things that are important to you.

Make those choices about what you want your family to do. 10.

Let Your Kids Enjoy the ProcessYou can’t change what happened, but you can try to take steps to make it less traumatic.

For example, if you don’t like the way your child is behaving, you should let them know that you expect them to behave better.

If that means telling them they’re doing something wrong, then be honest with them.

Let them know what’s going on and what you can be doing to make them feel better.

The president-election has also shown us that kids can be more resilient than adults.

They know when they’re being taken advantage of and when they have to back off.

That’s a valuable lesson for kids to learn.

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Get Your Kids Out of Their BubbleYou have two choices.

One is to try to make things work for the kids, or you can start to figure things out.

Both are better for your kids.

One way to make a difference is to get your kids out of their bubble.

This can be as simple as inviting your kids over for a movie.

Another way to do this is to work with your partner to set aside some time together that includes some downtime to play games, make out, and have fun.

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Stay PositiveYou can also try to remain positive.

You should keep on hoping that things will turn out