A young PTSD victim finds her voice again

A child’s struggle inspires a picture book.

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April 27, 2016 16:10
‘Speechless'

Brynn Olenberg Sugarman holds a copy of ‘Speechless,’ inspired by Operation Embrace founder Aviva Tessler. (photo credit: JOEL TESSLER)

 
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