The Healing Power of Expressive Writing for Post SCA Issues

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For those who have endured an SCA, or those who care for them, a wide range of emotions can emerge. Feelings of shock, fear, anger, guilt, and grief may surface, alongside physical symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, and insomnia. These reactions are entirely normal following such a traumatic occurrence and can have … Read more

Finding Meaning After Surviving Cardiac Arrest

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Surviving a cardiac arrest can raise profound existential questions about life, death, and meaning. These thoughts are normal, but can also feel overwhelming. With time, support, and self-compassion, survivors can process their experience and move forward. Why Me? Making Sense of the Unexpected Cardiac arrest strikes suddenly and without warning. In an instant, your sense … Read more