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The Family Weekly: How Parents Can Help Shield Kids From a Hurricane’s Trauma

Plus: the masculine origins of feminized names, and the story of an asylum-seeking mother and son separated at the border
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This Week in Family

Natural disasters like Hurricane Florence can prove traumatizing for people of all ages, but In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the clinical psychologist Shannon Self-Brown talked to hundreds of people displaced by the disaster, and found that some kids werestaff writer Joe Pinsker about how parents can help protect their children from lasting trauma after a natural disaster.

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