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How to prioritize emotional wellbeing as a refugee family

Jun 22
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Being displaced is a difficult experience for every family member. But it's important that parents check in with their children about how they are feeling regularly to ensure their emotional wellbeing.  Here are some thoughts from Affi Parvizi Wayne, an Iranian refugee now based in London, on how to approach these conversations.

Listen down below, or you can also find the podcast on Spotify!

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Being displaced is a difficult experience for every family member. But it's important that parents check in with their children about how they are feeling regularly to ensure their emotional wellbeing.  Here are some thoughts from Affi Parvizi Wayne, an Iranian refugee now based in London, on how to approach these conversations.

Listen down below, or you can also find the podcast on Spotify!

Being displaced is a difficult experience for every family member. But it's important that parents check in with their children about how they are feeling regularly to ensure their emotional wellbeing.  Here are some thoughts from Affi Parvizi Wayne, an Iranian refugee now based in London, on how to approach these conversations.

Listen down below, or you can also find the podcast on Spotify!

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