In the wake of tragedy, please slow down

Posted on December 16, 2012 by Michael Simon

Editor's note: Michael Y. Simon is a psychotherapist, school counselor and founder of Practical Help for Parents, a support organization for parents, educators and mental health professionals. Simon is also the author of The Approximate Parent: Discovering the Strategies That Work with Your Teenager (Fine Optics Press, 2012).

(CNN) -- I don't have the answers.

Under the weight of mystery, loss and grief, most of us long for healing and look for answers. After hearing of the mass killing in Newtown, Connecticut, I asked a friend, the principal of an elementary school, how the children and parents there were doing.

To read the rest of the article at CNN.com, click here: To help kids with tragedy, slow down, listen


Posted in CNN Opinion, Michael Y. Simon, Newton shooting, Sandy Hook Elementary School, school violence


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