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After the fire :your emotional and physical well-being

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      Your Emotional Well-Being: After a disaster, such as a wildfire, you may feel sad, mad, guilty, or numb. You may have trouble sleeping, be constantly “on the lookout” for danger, or be jumpy, irritable, or angry. Contact with certain people, sights or sounds may bring back bad memories or an overwhelming sense of grief. These are all normal reactions to stress. This is a difficult time, but there are things you can do to help cope with the stress and stay healthy even during the cleanup time that follows. Your Physical Well-Being: Protect yourself from injuries during cleanup. Publication date from document properties. fterfire.pdf
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