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June 14, 2016

Talking with Children about War, Terrorism and the News

by ChristianWorks

by Vicki Straughan, LMSW Our nation faces complicated political issues, dissenting world views, and the continuing war on terrorism. How these issues affect our families is paramount to parents. A parent’s desire to be proactive in caring for his children during this unprecedented set of circumstances is to be commended. Following are some guidelines for […]

May 22, 2013

How to Talk to Your Kids After a Tragedy

by ChristianWorks

By Kimberly J. Daily, MA, LPC From shootings and bombings to fires, tornados and other natural disasters, our nation has faced so many tragedies lately.  Technology helps us to stay informed and with the television’s non-stop coverage of these events, we sometimes witness hours of stories, videos and pictures of devastation.  We know our kids […]

March 11, 2013

Keeping Communications Open

by ChristianWorks

By: Kenneth J Doka, PhD Throughout a time of loss, it is critical to keep communication with a child open.  Only by doing so can we truly understand the ways that the child is experiencing grief, allay any fears the child may have, and support the child in his or her grief journey. This means […]
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