USA Today: Talking to kids about El Paso, Dayton shootings? Use the 4 S's to discuss cruel violence
“‘You don’t want to deny or stamp out how a child is feeling,’ Weissbourd said. If they're anxious, ask why, he said. ‘It could be because they’re afraid it could happen at their school. Or at your workplace. Or it could be about guns. It’s important to do some exploring first.’”
USA Today provides advice to parents on how to talk to their children about mass shootings and other tragic events.