When we published this book, we had no idea that anything as devastating and widespread as the 9/11 tragedy could ever happen in America except through some natural disaster like a flood, fire, or hurricane. If you or someone you know is still suffering from the effects of 9/11 or is having trouble coping with world-wide unrest, this book will help.
It's normal, after you have been in a disaster, to be lost and hurting. You just survived a tremendous blow, probably larger than you can comprehend. Your whole world has changed. Many of the people, places, and things in your life are gone. No matter how hard you try, you can't put everything back the way it was.
However, you can create a good, new life. You can rebuild the relationships with your family and friends. First, though, you need to regain the most important aspect of your life, your emotional stability.
This book is filled with practical information and tactics for victims of widespread disasters and the people who work with them. There are tested, successful suggestions including examples of what to do and what not to do as part of recovering from major disasters and returning to normal life.