How Do You Talk to Your Kids About the War?
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With Memorial Day still fresh in everyone minds, this week's question deals with how to—or how much—to discuss with our children about the war. A patriotic talk can be relatively easy, but what about when the questions grow more serious than that?
This week's question is twofold: How should we tell our children about the realities of war? And what age is it appropriate to do so?
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