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  1. grief
  2. Attachment Theory
  3. exaggerated grief
  4. pre-need counseling
  5. post-funeral counseling (aftercare)
  1. a (John Bowlby) the tendency in human beings to make strong affectionate bonds with others, coming from the need for saftey and security
  2. b (Worden) persons are usually conscious of the relationship of the reaction to the death, but the reaction to the current experience is excessive and disabling
  3. c those appropriate and helpful acts of counseling that come after the funeral
  4. d an emotion or set of emotions due to a loss
  5. e that counseling which occurs before death

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. thoughts or actions typical of early life stages, e.g. infancy, childhood. A defense mechanism of regression rather than handling unacceptable impulses in a more adult way
  2. a physical, external response to an emotion
  3. (William Worden) specialized techniques which are used to help people with complicated grief reactions
  4. - a state of tension, typically characterized by rapid heartbeat and shortness of breath
    -an emotion characterized by a vague fear or permonition that something undesireable is going to happen
  5. -may understand that death is final but may not accept it as something that happens to everyone
    -often personify death (bogeyman)

5 True/False Questions

  1. crisisa physical, external response to an emotion

          

  2. Barriers to Effective Communication(Alan Wolfelt)
    1. Funeral director dominance
    2. Bombarding with questions
    3. Inappropriate self- disclosure (focusing too much on oneself and one's own experiences)
    4. Offering platitudes of false reassurance (over promising "everything's going to be alright"
    5. Emotional distance and aloofness (avoiding discussion of painful issues)

          

  3. psychologythe study of human behavior

          

  4. 9 years old and above-may understand that death is final but may not accept it as something that happens to everyone
    -often personify death (bogeyman)

          

  5. statisticsmortality, time factors, seasonal influences, racial considerations

          

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