How to Talk to Your Kids About Gun Violence

On Tuesday, a gunman opened fire in a Uvalde, Texas elementary school, killing 19 children and two adults. 

 The tragic incident occurred just two weeks after another gunman massacred ten people in a Buffalo, New York supermarket. 

These are only the two most recent tragedies in a year that has seen more than 200 mass shootings in the United States.

Parents and children are having to come to terms with the violence in the aftermath of these frightening events. 

As the country mourns the loss of so many, parents are attempting to find out how to preserve their children's mental health as well as their own.

Dr. Jenna Glover, a child and adolescent psychologist at Children's Hospital, joined Colorado Matters to answer Twitter questions from parents.

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