what is anger directed at the self by the self & can lead to depression?
what is anger thought to be directed at self by others; a painful feeling of having done something wrong, improper or silly, loss of reputation, disgrace or dishonor?
blame is anger being directed _______.
blame directed _____ another person is called anger
_______ is typical behavior in anger
what is grief beore a loss occurs; a syndrome characterized by presence of grief in anticipation of death or loss; actual death comes as a confirmation of knowledge or a life-limiting condition
what is the state of tension, typically characterized by rapid heart beat, shortness of breath, & other similar ramifications of arousal of the autonomic nervous system; vauge premenition that somethin undersirable is going to happy
a death has occured & the funeral director is counseling with the family as they select services & items of merchandise in completing arrangements for funeral service of their choice, this is an example of
at need counseling
what is bowlby known for?
the tendency for human beings to make strong affectional bonds with others coming from the need for safety & security is called _______
what is the event that leads to experiencing the emotion of grief
what is formal or symbolic act or observance
what is a defense mechanism by which a person refuses to see things as they are because such facts are threatening to individuals perception; denies events that have aroused anxiety
a mechanism closes related to repression in which the individual simply denies the exsistence of the events that have aroused anxiety is what?
what is a mechanism by which anger is directed toward a person or object other than the one which originally percipitated the anger
what is feelings such as happiness, anger or grief examples of
what is alarm, dread & disquiet associated with
what is an emotion involved in mourning
what is the killing of one human being by another
what is not only an inn for travelers, but also an institute designed to treat patients stricken with life threatening illness?
what is an adjustment process which involves grief or sorrow over a period of time & helps in the reorganization of the life of an individual following a loss or death of someone loved
the reaction or body may experience that can be sudden, violent & upsetting disturbance is better known as ______.
SIDS is the acronym for what
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
what is the sudden & unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant, which remains unexplained after complete autopsy & review of circumstances around the death
a deliberate act of self-destruction is also known as ______
homicide against one's self is called ______
what is an unsuccessful attempt made by the person to end his or her own life
what is the guilt felt by survivors
what is the sincere feelings for the person who is trying to adjust to a serious loss or the death of a close friend or relative
the most common emotion shown by the parents of a baby who died from SIDS would be ______.
what are external responses to emotion
crying, shouting & laughing
worry is an example of ______
an intense feeling is also known as ______
the first stage in Dr. Kubler-Ross's theory of anticipatory grief is?
the second stage in Dr. Kubler-Ross's theory would be _______.
grief prior to loss is known as _______.
what is an individual ability to adjust to the psychological & emotional changes brought on by a stresseful event such as the death of a significant other?
eric lindermann is associated with what?
what is somatic or bodily stress of some type, preoccupation with images of the deceased (hallucinations), guilt realting to the deceased or circumstances of death, hostile reaction & the inability to function as one has before the loss; changes in patterns of conduct?
despite sadness, can laugh & show a varities of emotions appropriate to enviromental shifts, is what a _____ person might look like.
what is the one who responds to reassurance, support & comfort; a person who has suffered the death of someone they loved is what
what are the phases associated with Bowlby's theory?
Phase 1: shock, alarm, denial
Phase 2: acute grief
Phase 3: intergration of the loss & grief
who pointed out that the religious teachings about death are not always rational & helpful to the breaved; he helped introduce pastoral counseling as a strategy for the clergy to help the bereaved?
the ______ respond to reassurance, support & comfort
what is the process of working through grief?
anger directed inward can lead to what?
what are the four types of guilt?
1. guilt associated with the loss itself
2. guilt induced by the lack of knowlege
3. guilt derived from personality factors & childhood
4. survivor guilt
what is any event, person or thing that lessens the degree of pain in grief?
what is being able to carry on daily life tasks, regress to dependency & helplessness during a surge of grief & return again to some level of adequate functioning
what is defined as, behavior as the compulsive need to go after & retrieve that which has been lost?
Parkes' searching theory
the western society is known for being _____
what type of counseling involves helping people facilitate uncomplicated grief
how does Lindemann define grief
by grief syndrome; stress, hallucinations & guilt
Grollman would describe a child between the ages of 5 & 9 to comprehend death in what way?
they may understand that death is final but may not accept it as something that happens to everyone
Grollman would argue that a typical 6 year old would respond to their parents death in what manner?
understand that death is final & don't accept it
what types of death would allow for anticipatory grief
Cancer, AIDS, etc
what is the philosophical purpose of a funeral
focal point to giving meaning to life
barganing is what stage for Kubler-Ross's theory?
Worden is associated with what?
task of mourning
the first part to Worden's theory is?
Accepting reality of the loss
what is an intense emotional suffering due to losee; emotion or set of emotions due to a loss that is involved in the work of mourning?
the process of working thru grief is?
what are the three types of suicide defined by Durkheim?
what kind of suicide is lack of social integration, person experiences alienation & feels strong sense of anonymity, no net worth so society?
what kind of suicide is societal tabbos make no difference, person focused on self rather than group
what kind of suicide is due to loss of idenity, self sacrifice for the benifit of the group
what is a defense used in gried as return to more familiar & often more primitive modes of coping
what is a being without power to help oneself, being feeble or wear, or feeling incompetent & inefficent
for some people, to be tolerable after loss, life must have
what may be values or the purpose of having a funeral with the body present
to give closure, helps others give love & support, gain support
what are the benefits to having children present at the funeral
it is an important family event
what are positive ways to describe death to a child
share your convictions, speak in concrete terms, grant permission to cry & acknowledge when you don't know the answer
what DONT you say to children regarding death
make believe stories, say they're sleeping, something you dont believe yourself, god took them
grief of family members affected by
functional role deceased played in family, attachment