Pray to Heavenly Father and ask Him to help you be nice to your family. Hug them.
Noah F., age 10, Queensland, Australia
Giulia: Try to think about all the good times you’ve had with them, and think about how people aren’t perfect.
Bruna: Even if they don’t say sorry, I would forgive them.
Giulia and Bruna R., ages 13 and 8, São Paulo, Brazil
If my little sister is annoying me, I make her bed or make her a treat. I also like to make cards, do extra chores, and say a prayer. I feel the Spirit telling me I did the right thing.
Adeline B., age 9, Tennessee, USA
If you don’t like what they are doing, ask them to stop. I love them because they love me.
Shantal S., age 4, Táchira, Venezuela
Julia: I can be kind to my family, and when I am annoyed, I can tell them that I love them and then be nice. I can follow the Savior and show them love.
Darrin: Just be happy and share with them and serve them.
Julia and Darrin S., ages 8 and 6, New Mexico, USA
I would pray, have family home evenings, and talk to them.
Luisa R., age 9, Baja California, Mexico
“I have a sister who is making bad choices. How can I help her?”
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