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How to Talk to Your Kids About Tragic Events: A Doctor’s Guide and Tip Sheet for Parents

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Tragic Events: A Doctor’s Guide and Tip Sheet for Parents

April 15, 2013

http://www.parentmap.com/blog/20410/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-tragic-events-a-doctors-guide-and-tip-sheet-for-parents

 

Source - ParentMap


This article was originally published following the tragic school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. In light of the tragedy in Boston, Dr. Robert Hilt, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, offers tips for talking to kids about tragic events.

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