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More Than 250,000 Are Dead. Why Is There So Little Collective Grief?

The ongoing tragedy has not engendered the same kind of visible mourning as past national tragedies — and it’s harming mental health

“Somos La Luz (We Are The Light)” by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

In May, artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada began painting a 20,000-square-foot mural of a Queen’s, New York doctor named Ydelfonso…




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Corinne and Erik Ofgang

Corinne and Erik Ofgang

Corinne is a psychotherapist, D.H.Sc. student & clinical manager of DHS in Newtown, CT. Erik Ofgang is a health journalist & co-author of The Good Vices.

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