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How Do You Cope With 9/11 When You Don’t Even Remember It?

A Journal Entry

Photo by Axel Houmadi on Unsplash

When people talk about the attacks of September 11th, 2001, most of the time, the conversation starts with, “I remember exactly where I was that day and what I was doing when the first plane hit.”

For me, I was five years old, in my second or third week of Kindergarten and I don’t remember a thing about that day

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Katlyn Gallo

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