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5 Matching questions

  1. 5. 2nd leading cause of death
  2. c. anger
  3. WHAT TO SAY
  4. explaining death to children
  5. 3. suicidal behavior is
  1. a 1. 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
  2. b be clear, direct and formulate communication at a level of cognitive complexity that the child demonstrates he or she can comprehend
  3. c perceive the death as rejection - the why why is really why did they do this to me
  4. d young people 15-24
  5. e not inherited but risk may be higher for family members who lose a close relative to suicide

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. LOFLAND
  2. 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
  3. a. 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
  4. PROTEST - weeping hostility denial pain anger confusion anxiety
  5. an emotional well integrated family will be better able to help each other cope with the death

5 True/False questions

  1. - Somatic Problemsa. social isolation
    b. depression
    c. disorientation
    d. change in sleeping or eating pattern
    e. dissatisfaction - constant complaining, helpless, hopeless

          

  2. 4. Behaviorsa. alcohol or drug abuse
    b. previous attempt
    c. giving away possessions
    d. making a will
    e. sudden change in behavior
    f. quiet person becomes expressive
    g. significant drop in performance
    h. risk taking
    i. behavior that results in accidents or injury

          

  3. 4. syndromatic cluesa. social isolation
    b. depression
    c. disorientation
    d. change in sleeping or eating pattern
    e. dissatisfaction - constant complaining, helpless, hopeless

          

  4. Dr WILLIAM LAMERSa. Sleep disturbance
    b. Appetite disturbance
    c. Absent minded behavior
    d. Social withdrawal
    e. Dreams of the deceased - normal or nightmares
    f. Avoiding reminders of deceased
    g. Searching and calling out
    h. Sighing
    i. Restless overactivity
    j. Crying - may have potential healing value
    k. Visiting places or carrying objects that remind of the deceased
    l. Treasuring objects that belong to the deceased

          

  5. CHARLES CORR
    HIS MODEL TASKS OF DYING
    1. PHYSICAL 2. PSYCHOLOGICAL 3. SOCIAL4. SPIRITUAL