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‘I don’t like my teen daughter’s new friends. What can I do?’ – Sis Dolly answers your questions

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When it comes to teenage kids, nothing beats having an open, honest relationship where your daughter feels free to open up about anything bothering her, says Sis Dolly.
When it comes to teenage kids, nothing beats having an open, honest relationship where your daughter feels free to open up about anything bothering her, says Sis Dolly.
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Dear Sis Dolly,

My family recently moved to a new town for work and my daughter who is 14 has had to change school.

I know it’s not easy for her but I don’t like the new friends she’s making.

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