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Inside Edition 9 Jan 2021

How to Talk to Your Kids About US Capitol Assault


Americans continue to grapple with the events of January 6, 2021, when Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol, and child psychologists are reminding parents that kids may also be feeling confused, anxious or scared. Dr. Linda Drozdowicz of the Blythedale Children's Hospital says having an open conversation about the events will benefit a child's mental health, and offers tips on how to approach the topic. Inside Edition Digital's Johanna Li has more.

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