HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
One of CFA’s main goals is to seek psychological support to families of victims who appeared in the Caesar photos. We are also dedicating our resources, with the support of our partners and our documentation department, to help finding the photos of loved ones who might have appeared in the photos. Please find below some of the literature related to ambiguous loss and accepting death of a family member.
Ambiguous loss is an unclear loss with no official verification of life or death and thus, no closure. It occurs when a person is missing with no clarity about his or her absence or presence. Ambiguous loss is the most stressful type of loss because there is no proof of finality. (Pauline Boss)
We are working on providing psychological support to families and we hope you can also help us in providing this support by donating to our cause.
It is a process that takes place by degrees and depends on several factors, internal and external.
Internal factors are related to individual characteristics and beliefs.
External factors include such things as: