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  1. Bereavement -
  2. 2. EMOTIONAL INTEGRATION
  3. Grief
  4. PHASES IN THE GRIEF PROCESS
  5. about age 7
  1. a an emotional well integrated family will be better able to help each other cope with the death
  2. b 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
  3. c encouraged to attend a funeral
  4. d JOHN BOWLBY AND COLIN MURRAY PARKES
  5. e the act or event of separation or loss that results in the experience of grief

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. anomic suicide
  2. Accept the reality of the loss - 1st hurdle acknowledge and accept the truth of the loss
    Acceptance of the reality of the loss facilitated by seeing or being with the body
    Grief counselor encourage mourners to observe, to touch and to photograph the body
  3. over the loss of a sibling or parent
  4. a. Dryness of mouth
    b. Hollowness of stomach
    c. Tightness in chest
    d. Tightnes in throat
    e. Oversensitivity to noise
    f. Sense of depersonalization
    g. Breathlessness
    h. Weakness in the muscles
    i. Lack of energy
  5. the scientific study of behavior and mental process, the study of human behavior

5 True/False Questions

  1. Suicide definition 3the act or an instance of taking one's own life voluntarily and intentionally, especially by a person of years of discretion and sound mind

          

  2. SPALOFLAND -
    STAGE APPROACH TO DYING - DYING SCRIPTS
    CE
    SPACE - POPULATION -KNOWLEDGE-STANCE

          

  3. a. egoistic suicidea. end of a serious relationship
    b. divorce or death of significant other
    c. financial difficulties
    d. moving to another location
    e. other stress among family members

          

  4. Sudden death 3. guilt -exacerbated in the case of sudden deaths - often expressed in "if only" statements

          

  5. should have the same right to attend the funeral and express love and devotionChild

          

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