That is a tough thing. Assure her you aren't going anywhere. Hold her close. Talk with her. Talk about things she likes. Then, perhaps start a game..something to get her mind off of it. She will have moments like that...maybe for years. Just reassure her you are still there. You are doing great.
You're welcome. Hang in there. And stick together..
Thank you for best answer, I hope it helped. And I hope your sister is doing better. You and your brothers are doing a great thing by staying together. Family is so important. No matter who walks away from you, you always have each other. Hold on to that and you can make it through anything. :)
hold her close let her cry it out and love her she will be thankful for you looking after her when shes older
hug her until she's fine.
Give her a stuffed animal, hold her close, and sing her a lullaby.
Hug her. Tell her everything will be OK. Tell her you'll never leave her.<br />
and just hug there in silence. It'll calm her down.<br />
(works with my sissy)
Hold her in your arms and let her cry. She is not looking for a set answer other than to find security, which has been taken away by the parents desertion. Love her and try to be there for her. She will always remember that.<br />
Obviously, read to her, do nice things with her and try to have some fun, try to get her mind on to cheerful things, but mostly be there for her.
Just let her cry, she'll eventually stop.
she had a bad dream, just comfort her, give her milk and cookies or ice cream let her get it out of her mind and tell her some kiddy tales that is nice and have happy endings
awww... try and talk to her to find out what caused it.
Just stay with her.
that's so emotional . sometimes, it hards to express and explain to kids about life. however, the best way you just need always be by her side. make her happy and enjoy her life !
tickle her. tickle alot
Tell her that she is ugly when crying and beautiful when smiling,if she continues tell her that her face will remain ugly even if she is happy.