Your family are the centre of your world, and you wouldn't be anywhere without them! And because of this, you want them to be involved in your life, to make sure they never miss out on the important moments, and always feel loved and included as a result. But at the same time, you want to protect them, especially if you have young children just enjoying their childhoods - there’s a good chance any serious news you receive doesn’t filter all the way down the grapevine to them.
And this can be a problem, as kids can pick on up their parents’ secrets very easily. Family life isn’t always perfect after all, and it’s always better for you to introduce that idea to your kids, rather than allowing someone or something else outside of the house to do so. With that in mind, here’s a couple of tips on talking to your family about health problems.
Ask if They Know Anything
Maybe you have a broken leg, maybe you need to eat a healthier diet, maybe you’ve received some kind of worrying diagnosis that’s going to bring some obvious changes into your life. No matter what your health problem is, one of the best ways to strike up a conversation about it is to ask if your kids or your partner know anything about it already.
Maybe they learned something at school about how apples were healthy and you need to eat one a day. Maybe