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  1. Needs of the bereaved to be met
  2. 9 -above
  3. students attempt suicide
  4. suppression
  5. DETERMINATE OF GRIEF - RANDO
  1. a 6. 2 million
  2. b most children defend against feeling associated with loss by
  3. c 1. confirm reality
    2. establish security and stability
    3. receive emotional support
    4. express emotion support
    5. express emotions
    6. modify emotional ties to the deceased
    7. provide a basis for building new interpersonal relationships
  4. d She groups them into 18 separate factors that impact the psychological components of bereavement
  5. e express an understating of death as a final and inevitable outcome of life

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. individual begins to close off his or her emotional investment in life and prepares for death. Individual reaches a point where they turn inward to withdraw from the external world. At this time we can say the terminal interval of existence has begun and will end at biological death
  2. JOHN BOWLBY
  3. is the emotion in a loss - It is a process that aside form psychological reactions includes
    withdrawal of emotional investment, a period of compulsive searching, and restorations of
    emotional balance when the process has been successfully completed
  4. a. social isolation
    b. depression
    c. disorientation
    d. change in sleeping or eating pattern
    e. dissatisfaction - constant complaining, helpless, hopeless
  5. Manifestation of Normal Grief

5 True/False questions

  1. somatic problems one may haveAnxiety and fear may cause actual physical pain
    Stomach aches, susceptible to colds and sore throat, feel drained of energy

          

  2. DEFINTIONS OF DENIAL AND APPROPRIATE DEATH
    THREE DEGREES OF DENIAL
    1. intra psychic conflict of death is lessened
    2. the dying posture of the individual is consistent with their ego idea
    3. important relationships are preserved and restored
    4. basic instinct, hopes and wishes of fantasy, and goals for growth and reemerge and give the patient some degree of fulfillment

          

  3. . delayed grief- excessive in duration and never comes to a satisfactory conclusion

          

  4. has the highest rateA person tries to cope with the knowledge of impending death

          

  5. WHAT NOT TO SAYencouraged to attend a funeral

          

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