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Mental Health After a Hurricane   Hurricanes are very stressful events. All unplanned events that bring uncertain change in our lives, called crises, are always stressful. Hurricanes affect all of us in some way or another. Every member of the family will experience some form of negative response to a hurricane over the next few days and months after it passes. The signs of post-hurricane trauma are not always immediate; the emotional effects may not appear for months. Recovery time varies as well.   Stress takes its toll not only on those hit directly by the hurricane, but also on those who made it through physically untouched by the hurricane.  Mental health experts say that those who escaped the hurricane untouched often suffer "survivor's guilt.''    Read More    

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