Many teenagers are very engaged with what’s going on in the world at the moment. With social media and smart phones in their pockets, they have constant access to a huge amount of information. They see the same attention-grabbing headlines, global events and political movements that you dp.
It can feel tricky to talk to children and teenagers about the news. You can help them to manage their emotions by having an open dialogue with them and showing an interest in their opinions.
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