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6 Tips to Avoid Hurt Feelings on Valentine's Day

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Young boy giving Valentine's Day gift to girl against white back drop

Encourage Generosity


Your child's teacher may require -- or your child may choose -- to give valentines to every child in her class. Even so, it's still natural for your child to like some kids better than others. Here's your chance to share your own feelings about giving cards or gifts in a way that avoids hurting other people's feelings. This is a good way to help kids begin to think about important life issues such as fairness, honesty, responsibility and generosity.

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