According to the researchers from the New York Times survey, numerous interviews with the families revealed that some victims and their families suffer from denial, and anumber of people are still dealing with issues, both emotionally and physically. On a positive note, many have turned to religion to help ease their grief. Half of the families that have been interviewed felt that some people were expressing too many emotions to the public about September 11, and a third of friends and neighbors were keeping away from talking about the attacks as if they never happened.
One section that caught my attention in this article was when William Wilson of Warwick, New York mentioned that everyone thought of them as multimillionaires and that most people could not realize that money could never replace their loved ones. The pain of losing someone they have loved will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Another survivor, Cynthia Motus-Wilson, said that she too felt that not many people could not understand what survivors had to go through.
In the survey, one out of twelve people now live their lives to the fullest realizing life is... [continues]
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