WHAT ARE THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF LONG-TERM GRIEF?
- Feeling mentally drained and physically exhausted is normal and common.
- The loss of a home, business, or income may result in a loss of self-esteem.
- Unresolved emotional issues or pre-existing problems and previous losses may resurface.
- Anniversaries of the disaster or traumatic event remind us of our losses. This reaction may be triggered by the event date each month and may be especially strong on the 1-year anniversary.
- Relationships may become stressed when everyone’s emotions are closer to the surface, and conflicts with spouses and other family members may increase.
- Family members or friends may be forced to move out of the area, disrupting relationships and usual support systems.
- Parents may be physically or emotionally unavailable to their children.
- Parents may become overprotective of their children and their children’s safety.
- Children may be expected to take on more adult roles.
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