Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Grief Brief 28 - Fatigue

Survivors frequently experience fatigue. To some, fatigue is unexpected and thereby distressing. An ordinarily active person may find that they are very confused by such an experience. When fatigue becomes debilitating, one should consider professional intervention.

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