Rebuilding a physical site after disaster is much like rebuilding the human spirit.
Just as the construction of skyscrapers takes a long time, the healing and rebuilding of a grieving person can also take a long time. In fact, it is not uncommon to grieve for years. In a recent Slate study done by writer Meghan O’Rourke and psychologist Leeat Granek, 33 percent of 8,000 people survived said that they were still experiencing grief eight years after their initial loss.
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