Attack On The Spirit

Shock waves from the terrorist blasts shook the nation's psyche. How do we recover?

Molly Galo had grown accustomed to getting up at 3 a.m. to nurse her infant son. The tender moments in the quiet house were good for both mother and baby. But she won't do it anymore--at least not alone. Molly's husband Matt works on the 75th floor of Chicago's Sears Tower, "an obvious target" for terrorists, she says. Now when she gets up in the middle of the night, she gets Matt up with her. "I need company," says Galo. "I don't want to be alone with my thoughts." She now also insists that her husband always keep his cell phone...

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