Parenting in the time of COVID-19? Consider these 6 tips from the WHO

Children's lives have been severely disrupted by the pandemic. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Emma Charlton

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Tip 1: One-on-one time. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice
Tip 2: Keeping it positive. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice
Tip 3: Structure up. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice
Tip 4: Bad behavior. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice
Tip 5: Keep calm and manage stress. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice
Tip 6: Talking about COVID-19. Image: WHO Healthy Parenting Advice

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