Why supporting your child when they make mistakes is beneficial to their growth

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ST. LOUIS - We all make mistakes. Our children are no exception. Childhood experts urge parents to support their kids through mistakes because children need to make mistakes to learn, grow, and build resiliency.

Childhood specialist Peaches Lott from the Lume Institute visits KPLR 11 News at Noon to discuss the different ways parents can support children when they've made a mistake.

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