How to Talk to Your Children

How to Talk to Your Children:

Some Resources for Parents
•An Exchange article by Diane Levin: “When the World is a Dangerous Place —
Helping Children Deal with Violence in the News.

•Advice from the National Association of School Psychologists, “A National
Tragedy: Helping Children Cope.”

•A resource from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Tips for
Talking to Children and Youth after Traumatic Events.”

•Fred Rogers’ advice from Family Communications, “Helping Children Deal with
Tragic Events in the News.”

•Advice from the American Psychological Association, “Helping Your Children
Manage Distress in the Aftermath of a Shooting.”

•Rev. Emily Heath in Huffington Post, “Dealing With Grief: Five Things NOT To Say
And Five Things To Say In A Trauma Involving Children”

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