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Hurricanes and Grief Loss

  • Posted January 3, 2007
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During the 2005 Atlantic tropical hurricane season, which sponsored Hurricane Rita and Hurricane Katrina over 4500 people died along the Gulf Coast of the United States of America. Many of these people who died; their bodies were never recovered. They were washed up by the sea in the incredible storm surge.

Losing a loved one can be very difficult and only time can heal the pain and grieving is often a way to help us relieve the pent up energy and a raw motion that humans feel. If you’ve lost a loved one during a hurricane you know that this is one of those times where those who are grieving could use a little extra help dealing with these tough times.

No one knows for sure how many people will be dying in the 2006 or even the 2007 Atlantic tropical hurricane season; we only know that there will be those who fail to evacuate and listen to the warnings of authorities and get caught in a deadly situation and there will be people who die from Mother Natures Wrath.

Currently, the United States of America does not have the technology to stop a hurricane however, in the next couple of decades we may find ways to lessen their effect and perhaps steer these hurricanes away from populated areas or help dissipate them by allowing the Trade Winds to flow and blow them apart.

Hurricanes are just one devastating event that humans on the planet have to worry about, but when they kill someone we know there is some grief and some pain and it takes its emotional toll on the families. Please consider this and 2006.

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