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Tips for Talking to Children about Aurora Shooting

July 23, 2012

Parents and caretakers are faced with the challenge of discussing the recent tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado with children. Although these may be difficult conversations, they are also important. There are no “right” or “wrong” ways to talk with children about such traumatic events. However, here are some suggestions that may be helpful.

Tips for Talking to Children about Aurora Shooting

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