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5 Matching questions

  1. 4th task of mourning
  2. children often feel guilty
  3. a. egoistic suicide
  4. 0-3
  5. 1. verbal clues
  1. a occurs when the person fails to become totally integrated into society or family life - general feeling is one of extreme isolation sometimes referred to as a loner - the largest number of suicides are of this type
  2. b I wish I were dead, things would be better if I were not here, im not really of any use to anyone
  3. c no comprehension of death
  4. d over the loss of a sibling or parent
  5. e Withdraw emotional energy and reinvest in another relationship

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A WEISMAN
  2. REORGANIZATION
  3. 11. helps to over felling of loss and loneliness
    12. helps establish emotional stability through a social support network
    13. helps people deal with pear, panic and frustration and guilt
    14. an affirmation of the uniqueness of personality of the deceased and survivors
    15. allows one to interpret death in their own way
  4. - the perception of death by those who suffer the loss -because bereavement
    involves relationships, it is a social experience
  5. - extremely strong in these cases to want to blame someone for what happened

5 True/False questions

  1. Sudden death 7. increase in need to understand- leaves the survivor with many regrets for things they did not do and say with the deceased

          

  2. Suicide definition 4a. Sadness
    b. Anger
    c. Guilt and self reproach
    d. Anxiety
    e. Loneliness
    f. Fatigue
    g. Helplessness
    h. Shock
    i. Yarning
    j. Emancipation
    k. Relief
    l. Numbness

          

  3. what cause and how many1. share your own religious belief
    2. speak in concrete terms rather than philosophical
    3. give them permission to cry and express emotions
    4. acknowledge when you don't know the answer

          

  4. STAGE APPROACH TO DYING - DYING SCRIPTSLOFLAND

          

  5. SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE GRIEF. physical illness
    2. psychogenic or psychosomatic illness - originates in the mind or in mental or emotional conflict
    3. neurosis - a mental or functional disorder milder in nature than psychosis
    4. psychosis - a fundamentally lasting mental derangement - loss of contact with reality

          

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