Best Review - Top 12 Aftermath of Connecticut school shooting articles

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eople all across America, figuratively speaking, join hands with the grieving families and friends of the twenty children and the multiple school personnel who lost their lives in the Connecticut school shootings that happened on Friday, December 14, 2012. Thousands of prayers have been prayed all across the USA for this senseless act of violence. Our collective hearts are breaking over this further loss of our innocence. The fact that so many young children had their lives cut short absolutely magnifies our feelings of loss and grief.

People will question over and over again, “Why did this happen? What were the motives and rationale of the twenty-year-old man who perpetrated this crime?” Sadly, we will probably never get full satisfaction of fully comprehending the incomprehensible.

As the Women’s Health Examiner for Examiner.com, it is not enough to write about physical health situations. Dis-ease potentially leads to disease. The emotional health of women is vital to the well-being of women. Part of women’s emotional health is knowing that the people and the pets she loves are safe. This is true of men as well.

So, how do we regain our sense of well-being when we deliberate on the fact that so many precious young children between the ages of five and ten lost their lives? How do we sleep peacefully when our hearts are torn over the thought that these little ones and the grieving families they left behind will never again be reunited in this lifetime? It is doubly hard knowing that the holidays are coming up and all that entails.

To read more, click any of the links below. Some of them are from my Women’s Health site and others are from my School Conflict Resolution site on Examiner.com.

Multiple perspectives on Connecticut School Shooting
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Women’s emotional health: Aftermath of Connecticut school shooting part 1


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Read the introduction above as that is how this article begins. This is part one of this series.


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Slideshow: Multiple Perspectives on aftermath of Connecticut School Shootings


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Women’s emotional health: Aftermath of Connecticut school shooting, part 2

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As we struggle with our emotional reaction to the Connecticut School Shooting, it is natural to reflect on how you or others would react in similar situations.


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Women’s emotional health: Aftermath of Connecticut school shooting, part 3


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In the aftermath of the Connecticut school shooting that happened on the 14th of December, 2012, we are at a crossroad in this country. We all must make a choice of how we will conduct ourselves in the new year of 2013 and beyond.


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Part 1: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is an excerpt from a role-play about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.” Just the part about the instinct for fight, flight, or freeze and the tale about the wild boar are included.

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

The instinct for fight, flight, or freeze and the ‘Wild Boar’ tale
Part 1 of the ‘Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control’ series


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Part 2: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is an excerpt from a role-play about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.” Just the part about learning about ways to manage our feelings of stress is included.

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

Mr. Campbell’s class discusses ways to manage your feelings of stress
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Part 3: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is an excerpt from a role-play about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.”

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

The Monkey and the Amazing Discovery about Mirror Neurons
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Part 4: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is an excerpt from a role-play about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.” Just the part about learning about nine core empathy skills is included.

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

Mr. Campbell’s class discusses our nine core empathy skills
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Part 5: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is a special feature add-on to the role-plays about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.”

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

Mr. Campbell’s class begins to discuss the Connecticut school shooting
Part 5 of the ‘Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control’ series


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Part 6: Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control

In an effort to bring comfort, understanding, and a way to help us deal with our feelings of stress, empathy, and anger, this series has been created.

This is a combination of a story and a role-play for each aspect of the six-part topic.

This is a special feature add-on to the role-plays about anti-bullying called “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders at Kennedy Middle School.”

Please note: All story characters and Kennedy Middle school are products of the author’s imagination.

Mr. Campbell’s class concludes discussion about Connecticut school shooting
Part 6 of the ‘Teaching stress management, empathy, & anger control’ series


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Web page that contains all the articles I've written referencing the Connecticut school shooting

Perhaps you will find these articles helpful as you process your sense of grief and loss over the Connecticut school shooting. A list of the 26 victims are posted on this site as well.

Should I write more on the topic, you will find it listed on this page.


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Women’s emotional health: Aftermath of Connecticut school shooting, part 4

Many of us have faced situations that bring us feelings of grief. During those times of travail, it is to be imagined that some people’s expressions of sympathy and empathy felt soothing and some felt intrusive or even corrosive to our ability to heal. This article is an exploration of some ways to express more comforting words of support. It is also an exploration of some ways to feel better after the experience of loss.


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As you see from the picture, there are multiple perspectives on how we can process our feelings of loss and grief. Here are those perspectives in no particular order.

Heartbreak and loss of loved ones
Why?
Why me?
Why young children? Lives cut short
Why couldn’t I have done more to stop it?
Survivors Guilt: Why not me?
Did this really happen?
A nightmare experience
Fear of copy cats
Scared to go to school
Should we home school?
What can be done?
Fine-tune school safety plan
Spoil or savor your kids
Find ways to soothe yourself
Find reasons to embrace joy

I hope you have founds these articles to be a source of comfort. May God truly bless you all!

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