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  • Firearms and Children - Parents, professionals and many others are concerned about the large numbers of children and adolescents killed by firearms.
  • Role Models and Children - A role model is a person whose serves as an example by influencing others.
  • Military Families: Coming Home - Military families look forward to being together after a long deployment with many mixed emotions.
  • Military Families - Global conflict and unrest have led to deployment of large numbers of military personnel (active duty, Reserves, National Guard).
  • Terrorism and War: How to Talk to Children - In today's world, parents are faced with the challenge of explaining violence, terrorism and war to children.

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