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  • Life-Altering Experiences with War

    Children suffer more in war for several reasons. Oftentimes, they don't understand what's going on. For other children, one or both parents are service members who serve in a war zone. Losing a parent on the battlefield is also very traumatic. In war-torn nations, children growing up in desolate poverty sometimes can't get over it until much later in their lives, if at all.

  • Yes, Children need attention and if there parents are worrying on the war they may not give them the attention they need.

    Children need attention and if there parents are worrying on the war they may not give them the attention they need.
    If your mum or dad was killed you may be left alone with no home, food or family
    children may have to grow up faster to look after younger kids.

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