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From: Examiner

Advice is given to help kids cope with the Connecticut school shooting


The Connecticut school shooting is one of the most horrible tragedies in American history.

It is very important to be very careful with how you approach your children in discussing this tragedy in order to avoid setting off serious depressions and other emotional problems. The advice of professionals you feel you can trust in dealing with your kids at this difficult time may be helpful. ABC News has reported this evening on Dec. 14, 2012, Connecticut School Shooting: 4 Tips to Help Kids Cope.

Parents across the country trying to come to grips with the wide scope of the tragedy in Connecticut are wondering how to talk to their kids about it. Alan Kazdin, who is a professor of child psychology at Yale University, has offered tips for parents to frame that discussion and help their kids cope.

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