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It’s OK not to be OK

You’re late for the school run. Your teenage daughter is screaming upstairs because her blazer is dirty. You had washed, dried and ironed it ready for this morning, but she has spilled foundation all over it. She knows it’s not your fault but she’s stressed about the mock exams taking place later in the day, so she lashes out at whoever is listening.

Meanwhile in the kitchen, your nearly-10-year-old, who has limited vision due to an incurable eye condition, as well as complex additional needs, tries...

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