How to talk to your child about the war in Ukraine

Having open and honest conversations about the Ukraine crisis are necessary when your child comes to you for answers. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - Open and honest discussions about the war in Ukraine with your child may be tough, especially when you are trying to fully understand the facts, scale and implications of a war happening thousands of kilometres away.

Yet, these conversations are necessary when your child comes to you for answers.

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