VIDEO: This little girl's plea to her fighting parents has gone viral

A video of a little girl making a heartfelt lecture to her parents to stop arguing has gone viral - it’s been watched more than six million times.

The clip was originally posted to Facebook by Cherish Sherry from Surrey in Canada who says her six-year-old, Tiana, interrupted an argument between Sherry and Tiana’s dad.

Sherry took her outside and that’s when Tiana said what she had to say - words that we could all stand to listen to.

"Try not to be that high up, to be friends, I want everything to be low. Just try your best. I don’t want you and my dad to be replaced and meanies again. I want you and my dad to be placed and settled and be friends.

’I’m not trying to be mean. I just want everyone to be friends. And if I can be nice, I think all of us can be nice too," she said.

’I’m not trying to be mean - I’m trying to do my best in my heart. Nothing else than that.I want my mom, my dad, everyone, to be friends. I want everyone to be smiling."

Sherry, a single mother who workd two jobs, said on Facebook that Tiana’s message brought her to tears and made her feel guilty.

’I was stunned by it,’ she said. ’She is teaching me. Woke me up.’



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