To quote many of us, these are strange times we are living in, and just as we had to get used to lock down 6 weeks ago, we are now preparing to face the world outside of our own four walls and this can come with quite some trepidation. Here Dr. Brandi Eijsermans and Charlie Hartmann discuss the various emotions we will be going through and, of course, how to deal with them best. At the end of the post we share some invaluable resources for you to use, whether for yourself or your family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEn6UTGrU7w Symptoms of psychological trauma Shock, denial, or disbelief.Confusion, difficulty concentrating.Anger, irritability, mood swings.Anxiety and fear.Guilt, shame, self-blame.Withdrawing from others.Feeling sad or hopeless.Feeling disconnected or numb.Trouble with sleep or general nightmares/bad dreams. * Note: some of these overlap with
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