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Image for loss of limb article Coping With the Loss of a Limb

Denial, anger, and frustration are just some of the feelings people encounter when coping with the loss of a limb. These feelings, difficult as they may be, are part of the healing process. But there are things you can do that will speed your emotional recovery and help you prevail as an even stronger individual than before.

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