Cape Town – Educational psychologist Nicola Buhr says parents should start now to have an open relationship and decent conversations with their children in preparing for year-end results.
This comes after the academic calender is drawing closer to year-end results and soon pupils will be preparing their final examination results, and this time of the year usually sees an increase in suicides and depression due to poor results.
Speaking to eNCA, Nicola Buhr, urged parents to be prepared and have a discussion with their children and they should not wait for the results to be released in order to give support and counselling.
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