Losing someone is hard. Whether from natural causes or an accident, outliving someone brings some emotions that seem unbearable. Survivor’s guilt is a psychological phenomenon that many first responders – soldiers, firefighters, police – and even average people may experience after the death of someone near them or after experiencing a traumatic event.
Although survivor’s guilt can manifest itself differently from one person to the next, it often involves feelings of sadness, shock, and sometimes even a feeling of responsibility. Understanding how survivor’s guilt develops, how to cope with it, and where to seek treatment is essential for overcoming this difficult syndrome.
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