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Coping with the Aftermath of Witnessing a Major Disaster

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Book Id: WPLBN0000704525
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2007
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Title: Coping with the Aftermath of Witnessing a Major Disaster  
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Excerpt: Below are some reactions common to people who experience traumatic stress as a result of witnessing a major disaster. Everyone who sees a disaster is affected by it in some way, and many may experience some negative reactions. Witnessing a traumatic incident reminds us that we are also vulnerable to tragedy. Our protective belief that nothing could happen to my family can be momentarily stripped away. Parents may feel especially protective of their children, and children may feel anxious about their safety. Difficult questions may be asked.

 

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