Bandaids are Emotional Support Stickers

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Giving kids emotional support when they feel pain (even emotional pain) helps them to feel validated and build resilience.

Bandaids given as emotional support stickers are still serving a medical purpose. Hand em out without any reservation. Emotional care is always purposeful.

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