Psychological resilience after disaster
As of now, her social circle is very small. She does not let anyone enter her social circle unless she knows the person very well or the person has been referred to her by someone she knows very well or can fully trust. In the future, she might find it hard to get to know the opportunities of employment or scholarship as social networking has become such an important means of learning about these opportunities nowadays. Most of the opportunities are referred to by friends and colleagues on social media. Be it Facebook or LinkedIn, people use these mediums to post opportunities and connect with professionals in their respective fields that they think can benefit them in some way. It is sad that for H, this setup comes with a lot of risks. The emotional distress H experiences while joining any online group keeps her from participating fully and consequently, she misses out a lot of opportunities. She finds herself vulnerable to fraud, cheating, and blackmailing if she uses these mediums for social or professional causes.
H’s ability to stand up for the right has been lost. I know her from childhood and she always used to be a girl who would not tolerate any lies or deceptions. She would do all in her capacity to fix the situations. Her endeavors originated in her belief that with effort and courage, she could change things for the better. Unfortunately now she is no more that sort of person. Now when she notices a problem somewhere, she lets it be there rather than do something to correct the situation.