When moving on is a hard thing

Interview with Ann Linden

"To move on with my life." It's a new year's resolution for many Americans. But some who live in or near New York City or Washington, D. C., or have relatives or friends who were directly affected by the September 11 tragedy, haven't found it easy to move on. Many are still feeling the aftereffects—the worries of dislocation, lost income, job insecurity, unemployment. Staff writer Warren Bolon talked with Ann Marie Linden about post-September 11 New York. Ms. Linden lives in Westchester County, New York, and has worked as a corporate counselor, assisting employees with work-related stress, emotional health, and personal problems.

January 7, 2002
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