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  1. Determinants of Grief
  2. shame
  3. grieving challenges
  4. respect
  5. sympathy
  1. a cause, investigation and interrogation, severity of loss, relational problems
  2. b (William Worden)
    1. who the person was - relationship
    2. nature of attachment - closeness
    3. historical antecedents
    4. personality variables - outgoing, shy, hopeful
    5. social variables - family, friends, support groups
    6. concurrent issues - a number of stresses at same time
    7. coping with the press, public and others - mass killings, public crimes, public figures
    8. mode of death - how person died and duration ex: accidental, natural, suicide, homicide, euthanasia, hospice, or living will
    9. disasters - communications
  3. c the ability to communicate the belief that everyone possesses the capacity and right to choose alternatives and make decisions
  4. d sincere feelings for the person who is trying to adjust to a serious loss
  5. e the assumption of blame directed toward one's self and others

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. strong emotion marked by such reactions as alarm, dread and disquiet
  2. (Worden) occurs when persons experience symptoms and behaviors which cause them difficulty, but do not see or recognize the fact that these are related to the loss
  3. disenfranchised - not openly socially sanctioned or publically shared
  4. some circumstances may heighten the need for crisis intervention counseling
    1. suicide
    2. homicide
    3. SIDS
    4. Euthanasia
    5. Disaster
  5. (William Worden) specialized techniques which are used to help people with complicated grief reactions

5 True/False questions

  1. Anticipatory Grief-a syndrome characterized by the presence of grief in anticipation of death or loss
    -the actual death comes as a confirmation of knowledge of a life-limiting condition
    -long duration- threat of death. Shortens the mourning process

          

  2. Edgar Jacksona defense mechanism used in grief to return to more familiar and often more primitive modes of coping

          

  3. chronic grief(Worden) occurs when persons experience symptoms and behaviors which cause them difficulty, but do not see or recognize the fact that these are related to the loss

          

  4. bereavementto hold one responsible or find fault with for an action or error

          

  5. Grief work(Erich Lindemann) a process occurring with, aimed at loosening the attachement to the dead for reinvestment in the living