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Talking To Teens About Tragedy

Many of us remember Columbine as if it was yesterday. Today, shootings, especially school shootings, are not any easier to hear. How do we talk to our teens about these tragedies? It’s time to turn to the experts. Dr. Michele Borba, a leading educational psychologist shares her 10 Tips to Talk to Kids About Tragedy […]

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