March 17, 2011
by Kerry M. King ('85) | email@example.com | 336.758.5237
As images of the devastation in Japan continue to fill television screens, it’s important for parents to take the time to address whatever questions and fears their children may have about an earthquake or tsunami affecting their lives, says psychology professor and child-development expert Deborah L. Best (’70, MA ’72).
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