Coping with loss
Resources to help cope with loss after a natural disaster.
Losing someone close to you may leave you feeling sad, lost, alone, or even angry. You may miss the person who has died—you want them back. You might have also been so busy with caregiving that it now seems you have nothing to do. This can add to your feelings of loss. This is all part of mourning, a normal reaction to the loss of someone you’ve cared for. Read More
A guide for parents, caregivers and teachers to helping children deal with traumatic events. Content Detail