The Phases of Disaster Management
This process involves repairing the damages, restoring basic services, and reconstruction after the disaster has struck.
Usually the delay lasts until a time when they feel that their parents will be able to cope with them and they explode. In many situations the reactions would be inform of bad behaviours and that way it would be easy to help a child overcome. (Maskrey, A. 1999)
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