Moral Injury is a term that is starting to be more commonly used in relation to a collection of behavioral responses to traumatic events. The term developed from research studies conducted with military personnel who had witnessed, or been involved in, violent...
I once knew a healthy and strong gentleman that had reached retirement age. He had spent his adult days as a tradesman, working with his hands over the course of his career, and saw retirement as an opportunity for some well-deserved rest for body and soul. Soon...
Covid-19 has monopolized a lot of life over the last few months. It is a disease that brings overwhelming uncertainty. From fears surrounding contracting the virus yourself to family members who are in ‘high risk’ demographics to interruptions in routine and the...
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