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The Connecticut school shooting has left millions of people traumatized and frightened. Among them: many of us parents, who now don’t feel quite as safe sending our children to school.
While the nation processes the horror and fights for change to help prevent anything like this happening ever again, we also need to find ways to handle the rush of emotions we’re feeling.
How do you send your kids off to school and do your best to know they’ll be safe?
For some answers, I spoke with clinical psychologist Paula Bloom.
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