Only look at the news and almost everyday a heartbreaking tragedy is occurring. Religious and school shootings, natural disasters, and unneeded death are all far too common. This leaves a mental mark on society as a whole and a universal grief that all deal with. It is difficult enough to deal with national grief but sometimes very bad things occur to us as well. In those cases, we have to deal with grief associated with great tragedy as well.
The article, “How Do You Deal With The Grief After A Sudden Tragedy?” looks at a variety of opinions on how to deal. The article and video states,
“The Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has shocked the nation and devastated the victims’ families. The grieving process can be a long one, but psychiatrist M. Katherine Shear says there are several things people need to do to be able to move forward in their lives after a loss like this.”
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