Charlie Hebdo: Avoid anxiety by association

January 8, 2015 6:12 PM

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Charlie Hebdo attacks seem a world away, until the news of the attacks, and a biting OpEd response, end up at the breakfast table. When parents avoid reacting to news, it helps their kids respond.

Parents who are trying to absorb news of violence, from the terror attack in Paris at Charlie Hebdo, to other violence abroad and in America, may want to pause to consider how their reactions can inadvertently pass on their anxieties to their children through what they say.

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