Compassionate Advice For Helping Kids Navigate Scary News

by Parent Co. November 14, 2015

We are all reeling from the sad and scary news coming out of Paris. You may be wondering how to help your younger kids make sense of this event. Well, no one can actually make sense of it, However, we can help our kids feel secure, calm, and compassionate even in times of scary, uncertain news. Our friends at Sparkle Stories wrote a special, free story and gathered resources to help parents help their kids when Sandy Hook happened. Sadly, this information remains just as relevant and helpful today. Our hearts are with people of Paris, their families and their children.



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