Loss, Death & Greif

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Loss, Death & Greif
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2013-02-17 22:33:19
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  1. Loss can be:
    • Actaual-easily identified (i.e. leg amputation)
    • Perceived-less obvious (i.e. hysterchtomy)
    • Maturational-normal life transition (i.e.menopause)
    • Situational- Suddenly (i.e. death child)
    • Personal-adaptation (i.e fire)
  2. Grief Task Model
    • Task I: Accepts the reality of loss
    • Task II: Work thru the pain of grief
    • Task III: Adjust to the environment of which the deceased is missing
    • Task iV: Emotionally relocate the deceased and move on with life
  3. "R" Process Model
    • Phase 1: Recognition & acceptance of loss
    • Phase 2: React to, experience and express the pain of the loss
    • Phase 3: ┬áReminiscence
    • Phase 4: Relinquish old attachments
    • Phase 5: Readjustment and reinvestment
  4. Grief:
    it is subjective
    • Normal-response w/ emotional, cognitive, social, behavioral & spiritual components
    • Complicated-irrational response:3 types-
    • 1. Exaggerated- risk for suicide
    • 2. Delayed-triggered by a second loss
    • 3. Masked-behavior interferes w/normal functioning
  5. Types of grief:
    • Anticipartory: to expect, await or prepare oneself for the loss
    • Disenfranchised: when u cannot openly grieve; internalization of feelings
  6. Kubler-Ross's stages of dying
    • DABDA:
    • Denial
    • Anger
    • Bargaining
    • Depression
    • Acceptance
  7. Bowlby's Attachement Theory
    • New Years Day Rocks:
    • Numbing-protects person from full impact
    • Yearning- looking for reasoning
    • Disorganization & dispair-can't function day 2 day
    • Reorganization-accepts change

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