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THE PARENT SHOW

Talking to kids in the aftermath of scary news

  • Aired: 05/23/2011
  • 03:32
  • Rating: NR
Tornadoes. Tsunamis. Terrorists. There's no shortage of scary stories in the news. So, what can you do if your child starts asking questions that you're not prepared to answer? Have no fear! Dr. Rosemarie Truglio, VP of Research and Education at Sesame Workshop, has some simple strategies to help you respond.
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Tornadoes, tsunamis, terrorists: Strategies to help your kids cope with scary news.
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