Boston, MA., 08/05/13, Kim and Jon Napoli, of Roxbury, were working at their Newbury Street store on the day of the Boston Marathon bombings. Their their young daughters, Eva, 2, and Gianna, 3., were with their nanny and witnessed the bombs at the marathon one block away. The older child, Gianna, has since had nightmares and recoiled from any loud noises. She was robbed of her innocence that day, Napoli says of her elder daughter. She knows things can go wrong. She thinks a marathon is people running away. For a story on the ongoing psychological effects of the traumatic events in Boston.