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The Emotional Response to Terror: 6 Ways of Coping

Posted by Angela Cantwell, MSN on Sep 21, 2016 1:21:17 PM

In light of the terror attacks that have recently occurred, Angela Cantwell, MSN, clinical director for Nursing for Behavioral Health for Einstein Healthcare Network, offers these tips for staying calm and moving forward: 

It’s natural for people to feel afraid, outraged, sad, helpless, guilty, or insecure immediately following a traumatic event such as a terrorist attack.

People may have an emotional response that’s accompanied by physical responses, such as an upset stomach, feeling like you may cry at any moment, feeling nervous, having a rapid heart rate or breathing, or feeling dizzy or faint.  

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