Talking to kids about tragedy
The tragedy at the Boston Marathon is frightening for all of us, but it can be especially scary for children. Many parents wonder what to say to their kids about such incidents.
On Monday during the FOX8 Morning News at 9:00, Bryan Hatcher, the director of Center Development and Education at Carenet Counseling, stopped by to offer advice on how to talk to your children about tragedies.
For more advice, Hatcher recommends parents read the following article at socialworkers.org.
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