It's very different from World War II or Vietnam, when people would go months without hearing anything. I am so grateful we can talk to them. But it's true that at times you can get too much information. You hear things, and you feel their anxiety, and it makes you worry even more."
- TERESA SOTO of Granite Bay, Calif., whose sons Joshua and Benjamin are serving in Iraq, on the benefits and drawbacks of easier communication between the home front and the war zone through satellite phones and the Internet