It’s a tough situation. Everyone has the right to tell their story but blame, whether toward the owners or bouncer, is hard to let go.
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My personal process of recovery took more than six years and healing, even longer. It began when I released myself from being a “victim,” started sharing my story, and supporting other survivors. It began when I realized that our loved ones who passed away, those 100, would not want us to be stuck in the past.
It hurts me to know that there are people who don’t believe they deserve a better quality of life because they survived the fire, people who feel retraumatized in the moment. To them, I want to say that you can rise above anything. There is nothing so bad in this world that you can’t find your way out of. Life will not be perfect afterward, but surround yourself with good people, find friendships that mean something, and accept that it’ll be difficult, extremely difficult, but it’ll be OK.
You need to mourn the person you were and love the person you are becoming.
Source : https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/10/27/metro/weve-been-trying-move-forward-station-nightclub-fire-survivor-life-after-tragedy-trauma/255