Tragedies such as the one in Connecticut on Friday send waves of confusion and concern across the nation.
Responding to those waves can be especially hard for parents. Experts say there is no easy way to do it.
Doctors suggest parents should be open. They say children need to know adults and teachers are here to keep them safe. They say to let children ask questions, and adults should listen to the kids' feelings.
"Sit down, have a conversation," said Dr. Nathan Sudbeck, a psychologist with Alegent Creighton Health. "Very open dialogue about this and even answer any questions they might be having."
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