February 27, 1991
Vol. 10, Issue 23
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PAGE 32 - Commentary
In his Jan. 16 Commentary, the author and research psychologist David G. Myers asks the guestion, "Don't All Children Have Gifts?" His democratic response, draped in images evoking the American Dream, is an emphatic "yes--all children have gifts!"
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It is certainly understandable that parents, teachers, and care-givers are struggling with feelings about how to communicate with children about the current world crisis. War is an emotional issue for all of us.
It is certainly understandable that parents, teachers, and care-givers are struggling with feelings about how to communicate with children about the current world crisis. War is an emotional issue for all of us. Anything with such potential for loss and devastation is bound to reawaken any previous fears and significant losses in our own lives.
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