With the tragedy of Sandy Hook only days ago, we are still trying to make sense out of something completely senseless. And, we can’t. How do we talk with our children about this? Or, our students? Or, any children we interact with, who look to us for guidance, care, and support? How do we deal with our daughter’s anxiety about going to school this week? Or, our son’s sudden (psychosomatic) stomachache that keeps him from school?
Psychology Today offers 6 great tips about how to talk with your children about what happened in Connecticut. Read Dr. Kennedy-Moore’s article here.