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- Developer: Last Day Of Work
- Publisher: Last Day Of Work
- Genre: Miscellaneous Edutainment
- Release Date: Dec 6, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Emma is sad, what can I do?
I love my 4 year old character Emma! She has a name that I love and think is pretty, plus she looks EXACTLY like my first generation triplet City who I got WAY over attached too. But today Emma was being SUPER bad constatly swithing the lights on and off, tearing books, playing in the dirt instead of the grass, so in my VF home I have a rule when a child does something bad they get two scoldings and if they get bad again soon after the first time they get three scolds, then four etc. So that is what I did to Emma, but she was being SO bad that I scolded her so much that she got deporessed, the family isnt rich, mom is a math tutor and dad does something to do with toys, they need more grocries and might have to sell Emma's toys just to make ends meet. Besides putting a fpur year old through councling- I no it is just a game but NO WAY, what can I do to get Emma happy again?
Answer from: VF101
You shouldn't be scolding them that much, if they do something wrong then scold them onve and pick them up and make them watch tv or play etc and praise them for that, then they won't get depressed. As for money, are you selling all the collectibles in the garden? If the parents work on careers whilst children sell collectibles then you will earn more money.;
Answer from: 15virtual15
I agree with @VF101. You should only scold her once and if she does it again, just one more time. If you see Emma starting to do something bad, like going up the stairs to jump on the bed, drag her somewhere else until she's doing something good and then praise her. Hope that helps :)
Answer from: Elizabella Jane
Yes I sell my collectables- and It costs ALOT for councling, she is 7 now and not deppressed, she got sick and I cured her she then became elated, then happy. She now has a little brother and sister! they are 3 and baby!
Answer from: guest
You can praise her alot or just try to keep her alive till cllage if he dies. oh well it is just a game. Sorry dont know much about the game on firt gen just got through the tutoral!
Answer from: corgi luver
Tip: to un-depress a person, put them on a TV or toy or something that creates an action when someone is placed on it. praise them three times. on the third time, the person will "running away" and the blue thing will say "Stop Nagging!" IGNORE THIS. pick up the person and reapeat. after 5-10 minutes of doing this, they will be happy again!
Answer from: gymnastqueenie
Orrr. you dont need to waste 10 minutes of your life like that just drag a parent on the depressed kid(s) and they should tell a story or tickle. let them play together for a while until the kid(s) are happy/elated again
Answer from: Jess
If she is depressed try putting her under the apple tree
Answer from: moomoo12
Don't scold her that my much, maybe scold her when she does something bad but I have a little girl of 5 called Omega she is and when she does something bad, I just drag her away and she seems happy with that. Hope this helped :-)
Answer from: Bubbles<3
Encourage her to be good and give her yummy candies. Don't scold her too much. Just drag her to her toys and praise her but don't praise her till she runs away. They get annoyed when you do that.
Posted on: 04-21-2014
Posted on: 04-21-2014