Expert: Children Especially Susceptible To Post-Bombing Anxiety

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The Boston Marathon bombings put the region on edge. Some felt anxious immediately, for others the feeling crept up over time. But for many, the feelings remain.

Psychotherapist and Boston College professor John Dacey joined WBUR’s Morning Edition to talk about that post-attack anxiety and ways to cope.