If you’re feeling anxious, depressed or fearful about your future after reports of attacks, you’re not alone.

Dorothy Tucker takes a look at the psychological impact of the Brussels blast and security changes some are willing to accept in order to feel safer on American soil.

At a bakery in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood, the TV is locked on the latest in Brussels because that’s all any one is talking about.

“Something like that happening to people just going about their day and then us reflecting on ourselves going about our day I think it makes us feel vulnerable ourselves,” said Dr. Mitchell Glaser, a psychiatrist at Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center.

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