Children’s grief in coronavirus quarantine may look like anger. Here’s how parents can respond

The Conversation – Elena Merenda and Nikki Martyn

COVID-19 has taken the world by storm and profoundly changed the lives of children and families. Children aren’t going to school and many businesses have temporarily shut down. Many parents are working from home and essential front-line workers like doctors and nurses are working longer hours with increased risk and stress.

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