The devastating school shooting in Parkland, Florida, earlier this last month stunned and terrified adults and children all over the country. But what began as a senseless tragedy transformed into a glimmer of hope as the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School began to come forward and speak out against gun violence.
If one thing is becoming clear, it's this: Children can make a difference—and a pretty big one, at that. But knowing how to talk to your kids about making an impact can be difficult. How can you help your children form their own opinions while also encouraging them to take action when that time is right? Here's what clinical psychologist Bobbi Wegner has to say.