Moshi Monsters is an online game for kids, where they can adopt and take care of a friendly monster.It’s free to play, but we also offer a paid Moshi Membership that gives players access to a host of exclusive extra features, denoted by this symbol.More confidence: The study found that those teenagers who grew up learning to argue calmly with their parents were far more able to say 'no' to drugs or alcohol from their peers (picture posed by models)Mr Allen said: 'It was the parents who said they wanted to talk who were on the right track as we found that what a teen learned in handling these kinds of disagreements with their parents was exactly what they took into their peer world.
But don't seek support from your kids, even if they seem to want you to.
As soon as you're certain of your plans, talk to your kids about your decision to live apart.
Practice how you're going to manage telling your kids so you don't become upset or angry during the talk.
The discussion should fit the child's age, maturity, and temperament.
Monsters love words and communicate with their Monster Owners regularly via speech bubbles, to encourage reading.