Protecting Children From Raw 9/11 Memories

On the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, it was hard for me to comprehend that a decade had passed since I watched the towers burn in Lower Manhattan. I could still picture the bodies free-falling through the sky like broken twigs. I could still remember the feeling of white tower dust in my mouth. And the smell of burning jet fuel, even just the faintest wisp, would send my body into full-fledged panic.



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