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Dugard's Story / ABC Interview / Pinsky Interview #997427

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 11, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of California kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard who was held by Philip Garrido for 18 years reviewed. [With Diane Sawyer, DUGARD - explains her haunting memories while held captive; explains why she cannot feel rage; you do what you have to do to survive; explains her dependence on her captive.] [Mother Terry PROBYN - says he stole your life.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with HLN's Dr. Drew Pinsky about Jaycee's survival. [PINSKY - talks about her resilience; explains the strategy of "dissociation" to survive and the current healing process: learning to trust.]

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