How to Tell the Story

Whether your child is 6, 16, or 26, we have an important opportunity to share our “story” with our family about this difficult time.  In The New York Times, pediatricians discuss how to create that narrative in their article, How Are You Telling Children the Story of the Pandemic?  It can be a challenge to find the right words, being truthful without creating more stress, based upon a child’s age and capacity to understand.  Hope this helps.

Everyone, stay well!

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About Pat Solin

Patricia Smith Solin works with her son, Michael, on creating posts and maintaining the technical aspects of the RFL Association website & Facebook posts. She was the school librarian for 10 years at Riverton Public School (NJ) and contributes articles for the Gaslight News, the official publication of the Historical Society of Riverton.