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5 Matching questions

  1. 2. behavioral clues
  2. DR EARL GROLLMAN (Rabbi) wrote
  3. students attempt suicide
  4. WHAT NOT TO SAY
  5. should have the same right to attend the funeral and express love and devotion
  1. a a. 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
  2. b 6. 2 million
  3. c 1. make believe stories or fairy tales
    2. something you don't believe yourself
    3. what they need to unlearn later
  4. d Child
  5. e " When your loved one is dying"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. JOHN BOWLBY
  2. Anxiety and fear may cause actual physical pain
    Stomach aches, susceptible to colds and sore throat, feel drained of energy
  3. William Worden
  4. DR ERICH LINDEMANN
  5. minority females

5 True/False questions

  1. 1st grief workis 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

          

  2. Sudden death 2. a need to blamethis type of death is an assault on our sense of power and on our sense of orderliness

          

  3. Sudden death 4. involvement of medical and legal authoritiesthere is a need to understand why any death happened but in sudden death there is an especially strong interest

          

  4. 2. EMOTIONAL INTEGRATIONa. 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. FOUR TASK OF MOURNINGWILLIAM WORDEN