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Children have a way of springing surprises on you when you least expect them, especially by posing a bevy of awkward questions, that can quite catch you off your guard! Children who are on their way to growing up from toddlers, can voice out awkward words just because they have heard them being said, on TV or by others, for they love to hear themselves speak. Or an early adolescent might just be getting conscious about herself and her social standing, and might pose you questions on sexuality, your past life or even some burning social issues. How do you think you should handle these awkward moments?

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yash arya Posted: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 11:03:57 PM(UTC)
How to learn good manners