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Passing on your family language in an English-dominant society becomes ever more difficult for children at this age… You’re not alone! Most are struggling with the same types of issues. Your time is short, so select the steps that you’re most comfortable with and join the rest of the community!

  1. A simple way to start: Pick and choose the articles that ring with you! They’re categorized into four stages. Follow the stage and situation that your family is in now. They’re short and precise, with lots of ideas customized for you to think about, so you won’t waste time reading irrelevant information. Click on the triangular bullet on the sidebar to expand for the situations.
  2. Follow the recent comments below and see what experiences others are sharing.

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