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People have different ways of showing affection and for some that way is teasing. But teasing can also be a passive/aggressive way of leveling criticism. Try to discern the intention behind the teasing - if the person means well, take it as affection. If it seems like an indirect way of bringing up a real problem then it's time to speak about the problem directly.
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https://www.npr.org/2022/08/22/1118485445/keep-an-eye-on-your-students-mental-health-this-back-to-school-season Be proactive Whether your student is starting pre-K or high school, there are many ways to be proactive. Martini says a lot of anxiety for students comes from the unknown, so help walk them through the steps – sometimes literally. "Give the child an opportunity to walk around the school grounds," he says. "If you're talking about kindergartners ... if there's a playground that's...
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