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    A Psychotherapist Explains PTSD’s Emotional Scars As Columbine’s Principal Retires

    The principal of Columbine High School, Frank DeAngelis, is retiring after 18 years in the position and becoming a symbol of hope in the battered community following the massacre. DeAngelis led students to safety and witnessed the gunmen in action, which left him feeling guilty for surviving and constantly anxious. A psychotherapist explains how PTSD can be especially burdensome for people in a caretaker position.

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