That fear of being judged keeps people from talking about their fears and issues, but being able to talk about them can go a long way to making them hurt you less.
Here are a few ideas I took to heart from my play-throughs of , you and Amanda have just moved the town of Maple Bay.
As a bonus they’ve also tossed in some dadvice that can be helpful and occasionally silly on the loading screens such as: “Dad Tip #72: The only acceptable time and place for decaf coffee is never and in the trash.” “Dad Tip #58: Practice makes permanent.” “Dad Tip #7: Laser Disc is clearly the superior video format.
” “Dad Tip #51: You can save bookmarks directly to your desktop.” “Dad Tip #92: You’re never too busy or important to be kind to others.” All good pieces of advice…
For me, it can feel awkward to tell people how I feel, but whenever I do, I am always so happy at how it brightens their day. I have a tendency to bottle up my feelings like Amanda does.
She worries that her problems will seem dumb in her father’s eyes, but by reassuring her you can cheer her up and get her talking about the problems she’s been having with her friends.