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Scared, Angry, Hurt in Orlando So it must make sense to someone, but certainly not to us. We mourn the dead, and suffer with the wounded, and grieve with those anxiously waiting or are waiting no more. The air waves will be burning as this is dissected from every angle. All we can do is offer some help as you begin to confront your own grief and trauma. For some information that might help you through grief or the aftermath of an unimaginable tragedy, please see our information on PTSD http://www.abct.org/Information/?m=mInformation&fa=fs_PTSD and Grief http://www.abct.org/Information/?m=mInformation&fa=fs_BEREAVEMENT and Trauma http://www.abct.org/Information/?m=mInformation&fa=fs_TRAUMA. For those of you looking for a therapist to help you walk through this, please see Find a CBT Therapist directory http://www.abctcentral.org/xFAT/

 
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