What’s New — Talking Tragedy With Kids

KidTalkThe recent terror attacks in Paris and around the world are hard enough for the average adult to comprehend. Imagine how confusing they must be for a child. But unless you live in a place with no TV, no newspapers and no social media, your kids are bound to hear at least something about it. What they hear — and how they hear it — can shape how they cope with adversity now and later in life. There will always be another tragedy around the corner that they’ll face, either directly or indirectly, so equipping them with the knowledge and information they need to deal with it is crucial, say experts. Read more about it in my recent piece for Yahoo! by clicking here or on the icon above.

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