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The old family and Flicker?
My people(Habit and Sandra) have been getting boring. That's when Sandra became gravely ill. I didn't bother to heal her, all the kids moved out. They have grey hair, and fully promoted jobs. Then, the orphan event happened, and little Flicker, a three year old Yampire(this is only because his dislike is sunshine, it is a nickname) came in. I call him the Flicker of hope, and now I'm trying to heal the family up. They were starved when Flicker came, now they are nice and fed. But I still can't heal Sandra, so I'm trying to get her happy by letting her be in the pool(her like). They are doing well. Except for one thing. Flicker is depressed and apparently lonely! Habit won't have any more kids with his wife, and I don't have the money to adopt. What do I do?
Answer from: YoungMudkip
Try buying him some toys.Drag him on top of the toy to make him play with it.Or,get him a encyclopedia. It adds likes and can be found in the flea market.Try buying either TVs or radios/speaker sets.they boost happiness and are basically toys but adults can use them.
Answer from: Awesome_Person
To heal Sandra you can give her a doctors consultation. Drag Habit onto Flicker, so that he will tickle or tell him a story. If he if doing something you don't like don't scold him, drag him away or let him do it. Make sure he has a lot of toys and praise him a lot and give him delicious candy from the flee market. If he is still depressed you can buy him psychotherapy it's 1750 coins but worth it.
Answer from: Pinkiepiemlp
Get a Toy or a television set doesn't matter which TV
Answer from: #Raccoonface
Buy him toys or have him play like swimming/playing cook/playing in workshop/video games/etc. Never scold, just drag him away. Have him watch TV or wutever. Drag the parents onto him to tikle or tell story. Drag him onto other kids to jumpy/giggle party/train doesn't matter which. Hope I helped. HIH