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Ask Amy: Discussing a Tragedy with Children

Ask Amy: Discussing a Tragedy with Children

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It's been an anxious week for parents after Seung-hui Cho killed 32 people at Virginia Tech on Monday. In this edition of "Ask Amy," columnist Amy Dickinson, a child psychiatrist and a public school superintendent discuss ways parents can address a child's anxiety about violence in schools.

Guest:

Amy Dickinson, writes the syndicated column "Ask Amy" for the Chicago Tribune

Dr. Adelaide Robb, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Children's Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Tiffany Anderson, superintendent of Montgomery County Virginia Public Schools

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