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When someone close to you has been murdered It is an understatement to say that your life has been changed The pain and anger of thinking that it should have of been you in that car accident or whatever may drive you to almost the brink of insanity People who feel this way may be suffering from survivor guilt There is no real cure for this people may only be able to manage their griefNot to long ago there was something that was one of the worlds most devastating and tragic wars ever to take place For the six million jews that were murdered raped and robbed during the holocaust our world weeps On the other hand the ones that survived feel responsible For the survivors of the holocaust they were so relieved to be freed but for some they were heart swept Shortly after being rescued the thought of losing their loved ones drove some survivors to feeling guilty This is called survivor guilt Symptoms of survivor guilt is not being able to sleep at night or find it very hard to get out of bed in the morning These symptoms are a part of many phases Every day survivors need to talk to someone they can trust so they can relieve their emotions and not be stuck in the first phase To really treat survivor guilt you really need to know what happened to trigger the feeling of guilt Whether it not being there enough for that person or being their too much If you took to good of care of someone in the concentration camps they grew dependable and were not strong enough However if you did not watch over someone enough they felt alone and just decided to give up Either way you would feel like it was your fault that the person or persons were killed and not youEvery survivor is stuck with those famous what-ifs These people suffering from
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