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Illustration of a mother kneeling down on a carpet in a living room. She sits between two feuding children, separating them with a hand on each of their shoulders and an empathetic look on her face. The three are surrounded by toys on the floor, a green couch, a fish tank and some of the children's artwork on the wall is behind them.

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