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A look at how the world has changed since September 11   Day 2: Fear and children
Fear and children
James Sandman of Spencer refused to go to Boston after the Sept. 11 attacks because of the tall buildings. (Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez)
Children's responses to tragedy may shed light on human anxiety, resiliency
On the morning of Sept. 11, in safe living rooms far from Manhattan, the carnage on television etched itself in the minds of children. A year later, the nightmares and even the memories have subsided; no epidemic of traumatic shock has been reported outside New York. But it is difficult for even the most attentive parents to know how their children made sense of the falling bodies.

 FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kids' books try to explain the unexplainable
Introducing the youngest generation to Sept. 11
 MESSAGE BOARD
How have your children been affected by the tragedies of September 11? Did you find an effective way of helping your child cope? How do you explain the unexplainable to youngsters?
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 SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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A look back at the day
 VICTIMS
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A list of those lost




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