There are bad days-you can’t find your keys, your late for work, your stuck in traffic, your kids are being impossible, you majorly screw up on a project-and then there are overwhelmingly tragic ones. The latter are days when you can’t find the energy to peel yourself out of bed. Maybe you’re coping with a recent loss or dealing with of a sense of hopelessness garnered from the news. That’s enough to spiral anyone into a state of depression. (Please seek help and support if you’re inability to cope is interfering with your normal day-to-day activities.)
It’s days like Friday that can cause that kind of heartache. With those who were directly affected by the Connecticut tragedy in mind, these bloggers are doing what all of us are trying to do right now. Cope.
They’re blogging about solutions and probable answers to the kind of questions we’ve all been asking lately: “Why did this happen? How can we prevent it from happening again? What is the connection between mental health disorders and violence? How do we deal with the loss of our children?”
In times like these, there are no easy answers. But hopefully, you will find comfort and maybe even hope in their words below.
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