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Conversations with Our Children: Ideas for Talking with Children Ages 12 and Older
Mary Harb Sheets, Ph.D.
Talking with our children about a parent living at risk of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and/or having a defibrillator implanted can be especially challenging. However, there are some strategies we can use that will help our children to understand the situation, manage their fears and worries, and have words to use in talking about what is happening.
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