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Parents should talk with their kids about the attack, said Lorber, who noted that the topic already is coming up in his office. “If parents don’t talk to their kids about this, other kids will,” Lorber said. “They’re going to be getting the gory details, no matter what. Thursday’s attack in Nice, France, which killed at least 84 people, with multiple children among the dead and wounded, may be particularly stressful to children and parents alike. If your friends want to talk, be a good listener.
Be sure to let a parent or other trusted adult know if someone is talking about violence or hurting himself or someone else. Attend local vigils and ceremonies. You can take part in prayer ceremonies, memorial services, and other events that may be planned in your neighborhood or community.
After you watch one or more of them, please let us know your thoughts by clicking on this link and mark the subject line Talking to Kids. You may also want to sign up for our webinar on July 24 on preventing violent extremism in our children. Try to avoid talking in euphemisms or being evasive if your child asks you direct questions, certainly don’t lie to them. Try to be honest in what you explain to your child but be sensitive to just how much information they are able to take on board. Avoid giving a child any upsetting detail of traumatic events.
(Lozano) “Talk about your immediate world and how there’s a lot of good people in it and there are lots of good people in the world.” Licensed counselor and behavior therapist Rusty Lozano says. Your students need you. Talk with other teachers. You are a valuable resource to each other. Share your time and resources, particularly phone numbers for mental health intervention.
Watch for warning signs in your students. Hearing repeated news reports about the sniper may evoke feelings of shock, anxiety, helplessness, sleeplessness, depression. If you notice these symptoms interfering with your students’. Here’s how to talk to your children about the events of the September 11, 2001 New York City terrorist attack on the 9/11 anniversary. “The world is pretty horrific at times, but it can be pretty.
Teach Your Kids to Deal With the Realities of Life Rather than keep your children in a protective bubble, teach them how to care for their emotional wounds in a. Research reveals that, even though acute stress disorder and PTSD do occur for some individuals after a terrorist attack, humans are in fact resilient. As a result, even though terrorist attacks.
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|from Pediatric Secrets E-Book|
|from Forensic Pathology|
|from A Course in Miracles: Original Edition Text|
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