Finding peace: Grief, solidarity and resolve. Responses to radicalisation. | Tom Sherrington

Monday night’s bombing in Manchester was such an outrage.  It’s hard to process.  There are so many emotions to deal with.  For all those affected, there’s the personal grief; the heart-breaking disaster of losing a child or a parent, a colleague.  However hard we try to empathise from afar, we can’t get close to the pain people will be suffering.  The loss of each individual is an appalling life-changing event for their families and friends.  It will take them years; bereavement lasts a lifetime.  I’ve written previously,  (Dealing with grief) about the way schools and colleges can be…

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