Talking to Children about 9/11

Talking to Children about 9/11

by Alicia on September 11, 2011 in New posts

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Talking to Children about 9/11 – Link to 911memorial.org resource

Every year, the attacks of 9/11 recede further into the past. However, for those of us who lost someone close or otherwise experienced that day – whether in person or on television – thinking and talking about 9/11 may still evoke strong emotions that transport us back to the tragedy and can jar emotions long forgotten. Current events, such as the death of Osama bin Laden, can do the same. Many others will have little or no recollection of the event itself, understanding its details and ramifications through the lens of a somewhat impersonal history and through media coverage of the event.

[Source: http://www.911memorial.org]

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1 Angelle February 16, 2012 at 11:24 pm

A good conversation help the children to think and analyse situation is life. So, it is better to deal them a good practice in order to learn life’s journey.
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