Caregivers can experience symptoms of psychological trauma

Caregivers can suffer symptoms of psychological trauma long after a loved one dies, according to psychologist Barry Jacobs, author of "The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers." Some caregivers can't stop thinking about the death, but experts say treatment can aid recovery from the symptoms.

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