Opinion: Talking to young children about war

Martin Forster
Friday, May 13, 2022

While media coverage has slowed since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the indirect impact of this war will have far reaching consequences. The shocking scenes painted across news outlets and social media of human atrocities, hostages and burning buildings is enough to cause anxiety in a mature adult, let alone a child in their early years.

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