Kelly Corrigan | Should parents shield their kids from news amid pandemic?

Many families are finding it difficult to gauge how much news is too much when it comes to their children and teens. With TVs and other devices on around the clock, it’s tough to shield kids from a constant stream of reporting. At the same time, many teens still may not be taking the pandemic as seriously as they should. Piedmont resident, author and contributor to the Exedra Kelly Corrigan shares her humble opinion on the PBS News Hour about how to keep children safe.

Shared with permission of Kelly Corrigan

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Kelly Corrigan is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, most recently Tell Me More: Stories about the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say.

2 thoughts on “Kelly Corrigan | Should parents shield their kids from news amid pandemic?

  1. Parents are frustrated with the rules and starting to meet for drinks. They are keeping a safe distance – however this certainly teaches their children something about respecting the rules.
    What do you think?

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