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Military families are urged to face facts: Soldiers will be different when they return

Emily Cataldo of Millville cuddles her 16-month-old son, William, as she listens to advice about preparing for her husband’s homecoming from Iraq.
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 27, 2006

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Cathy Carney dreams of her husband's return from Iraq in loving detail. He steps through a door, and she runs toward him, leaping into his arms for a deep kiss and tearful embrace. He doesn't say much, just ``Hi, Cath," but smiles ear to ear, the way he did on their wedding day. All around them, mothers are hugging their ... (Full article: 1293 words)

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