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Written By: Alana Karran Everyone, at one time or another, will need to weather a storm. Be it a personal crisis, family emergency, natural disaster or other unexpected trauma, how you approach the situation will have an impact in the moment and potentially for years to come. Some people crumble at the stress of a crisis, others show up in a superhuman way and seem unfazed. At both extremes, these people suffer – it just may not be apparent right away. According to a study of trauma victims, conducted by Dr. Spiegel, at Stanford University Medical School, “Many of the people who appear to be doing the best may be heading for the worst post-traumatic trouble down the road.” Understanding