Relocating to a new house in an unfamiliar town can be a source of stress for both adults and children alike. The challenge is compounded for little ones who may struggle to comprehend and embrace the change. Teenagers, in particular, might exhibit disruptive behavior as they grapple with feelings of being uprooted, potentially leading to issues both at home and in school. As parents, this adds an emotional dimension to the already demanding logistics of the move. To assist in this process, here are some recommendations for helping children prepare for a relocation.
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