• Michelle Valigursky

TOOLS: Talking with Kids About Current Events


With so many dramatic moments taking place every day, teens especially have questions about their future. What is happening to our government? What does COVID-19 mean for business? How might coronavirus affect my family and loved ones? And the biggest one of all, am I safe in my own community?


It's only natural for some of these weighty topics to come up during a coaching conversation (or at the family dinner table), and we want to share this helpful resource to guide your conversations in a meaningful way.


Featured on CNN.com, this article with advice from Dr. Neha Chaudhary discusses 10 Tips for Talking To Your Kids About the Attack on the US Capitol.


Please do let us know if you require additional resources to cope with the impact of current events. The Thillen Education Foundation is here to help.

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