How will a 3 year old child understands that you are not there for them physically?
Even though there is a phone for your to call here or him and she or he can listen to your voice, but then does she really understands why she can't see or touch you?
Tell them you have to fight the bad guys, like Batman (or Pokemon in their case). It works, believe me. They eat up stuff like that.
Get the child a pet. Something like a hamster maybe. It will give the child something to love. Do you love your hamster little Johnny? "Yes momnmy." Are you always with your little hamster Johnny? "No.." So even though you are not always with your hamster you still love him don't you? "Yes." That is how I love you Johnny! Even though I am not always with you, I love you.
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