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For one, the National Security Law was introduced in July 2020, with the intention of restoring “law and order” to the traumatized city.
Children who have been more directly impacted or traumatized by covid-19, say by the hospitalization or death of a loved one, might reenact the traumatic event as they saw or imagined it.
As the real Diana revealed in a private video recording later made public in a 2017 documentary, his words “traumatized” her.
The effects of this year’s grief and mourning will linger far into the future, they warn—and for employers who are relying on a nationally traumatized workforce, this fallout needs to be addressed as directly as any other business risk.
The rest of us have much to learn from this traumatized generation.

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