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It's absolutely NORMAL.

The message that I'm going to post here is from a graduate school where I study to earn a Master's degree in TESOL. More than half of the students there are non Japanese, and I'm very worried about their physical and mental health after the tragically mega earthquake that hit Japan a few days ago. Although not knowing if it's going to be of any plagiarism, I believe it's a powerful message worth sharing to cheer you up at this very, very hard time whatever impact you're suffering from the disaster. I do hope this read will be of any help or comfort to anyone who visits my blog. Enjoy!


Given the tragic circumstance in Tohoku, and all us also experiencing the same earthquake in Tokyo even though the intensity was different, we can not help it but to feel the tragedy. We all have a different capacity and method in terms of how to cope with such an unexpected life event. Please remember that it is absolutely NORMAL for some of us to get emotional and feel uncertain. Some students may even have some physical symptoms. Such symptoms include but are not limited to the following: headache, stomachache, insomnia, hypersomnia, feeling sad in general, crying nonstop, lack of appetite and becoming hyper-vigilant with sounds and movement around you.

Such symptoms are all a NORMAL reaction to us being exposed to an ABNORMAL life circumstance. Simply, our body and emotional self is doing whatever it can to maintain us. It is very helpful to talk openly with your roommates and friends about how you are feeling and coping.


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