Today I woke up to a television screen filled with so much heartbreak. The devastation Hurricane Sandy has caused will likely be felt for some time as people work to pick up the pieces of their livelihood. While many of you will make the extra effort to be there for your children answering their questions, despite probably having so many unanswered questions yourself, comforting them and assuring them that things will be okay, it is important that you and your spouse come together and be there for one another too. For those who are single my hope is that you have a loved one that you can lean on during this time.
As many of you go through the grieving process while holding on to your sense of gratitude knowing that your most prized possessions are hopefully still here — your family, now is the time to come together as you find the courage and the strength to look ahead.
As you seek to rebuild all that was lost during a time that might feel like the end hold on to your love and commitment to one another and your family. According to About.com, there are several things that you can do to help get through the difficult time that follows a natural disaster.
Here are five tips to help you and your spouse get through the aftermath of a natural disaster:
Our thoughts and prayers are with those of you who have been impacted by this storm. More tips here.
For those of you who have experienced natural disasters or have some tips of your own please leave them in the comments section.
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