Broadside: Healing at the finish line

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April 21, 2014, 8:31 pm
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(NECN) - The process of healing began a year ago in the chaos of the rescue efforts at the finish line after the Boston Marathon bombings.

But just about everyone agreed that the 2014 race would be an essential step in closing the wounds of 2013.

Joseph Tecce, an associate professor of psychology at Boston College, joined Jim Baurde on Broadside to explain.

"One has to first say that when that bombing took place, strangers became friends, ordinary people became heroes," said Tecce. "Boston traumatized turned to Boston Strong."

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