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I would not say, “Sierra Reyes cried when her daughter threw a tantrum.”
I might say, “If you feel like crying when your little one throws a tantrum, try …”
If I believe you to be an imminent danger to yourself or others (including your children), I will contact the necessary authorities to get you the critical help you need because I got your back, yo.
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