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Coping with stress after a traumatic event 
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    Most everyone has been through a stressful event in his or her life. When the event, or series of events, causes a lot of stress, it is called a traumatic event. Traumatic events are marked by a sense of horror, helplessness, serious injury, or the threat of serious injury or death. Traumatic events affect survivors, rescue workers, and the friends and relatives of victims who have been involved. They may also have an impact on people who have seen the event either firsthand or on television. Publication date from document properties. coping.pdf
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    What is a traumatic event? -- What Are Some Common Responses? -- What is PTSD? -- What Can You Do for Yourself? -- What Can You Do for Your Child? -- When Should You Contact Your Doctor or Mental Health Professional?
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