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Helping Children Comprehend the Va. Tech Story
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Helping Children Comprehend the Va. Tech Story

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Helping Children Comprehend the Va. Tech Story

Helping Children Comprehend the Va. Tech Story
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For younger children contemplating a college life away from home, the Virginia Tech shootings are particularly disturbing. How can parents help their youngsters take in the news in a healthy way? Dr. Joshua Sparrow, a child psychiatrist and author, talks with Deborah Amos about how children might react to the Virginia Tech.

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