Survivor guilt was actually first documented and discussed after the holocaust and what has become clear in the decades that have followed is that survivors guilt is far more common than was initially understood. Survivor guilt may develop in people who have survived a disaster traumatic event or large scale tragedy and may be addressed with the help of a therapist. Guilt is a common response following loss and or traumatic experiences with significant victimization eg after terrorist acts war personal victimization when events result in severe traumatic reactions multiple losses can occur. Survivor guilt isnt an official diagnosis but it is associated with ptsd which is very much an official diagnosis avoidance along with feeling on edge vigilant detached and easily startled are core symptoms of ptsd
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