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Old 29-12-2019, 11:49 AM   #2
I always have a choice
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I deal mainly with older kids, and tend to go for "ooh, that's a personal question" as it teaches them a bit about manners as well. For smaller kids, I'd probably say I got hurt when I was younger but I'm OK now, or "something scary" and then distract them by pretending to be a lion and jump out and scare them :P
It helps to be plan what you want to say in different situations so that you don't feel panicked if and when the questions do arrive.

We may not see eye to eye, but we can respect each other's opinions and find the truth in them.
Perhaps in those honest conversations, instead of demonising each other,
we might see each other as imperfect humans, doing our best. ~ Jodi Picoult

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