n101.test-3.grief_and_loss.txt

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  1. Define grief.
    • Natural and normal reaction to loss.
    • A subjective state in response to the love of a valued enity.
  2. Define bereavement.
    A period following a loss during which grief and mourning occurs.
  3. Define mourning.
    • The process by which people adapt to a loss.
    • It is influenced by cultural customs and rituals.
  4. Define anticipatory grief.
    grappling with the real possibility of a loss in the near future.
  5. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, loss of a limb is an example of what type of loss?
    Physiological
  6. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, domestic or public violence is an example of what type of loss?
    Safety
  7. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, loss of a relationship is a loss of what?
    Security.
  8. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, loss of a home or job is a loss of what?
    Security.
  9. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, loss of a relationship is a loss of what?
    Security.
  10. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, a breach of confidentiality is a loss of what?
    Security
  11. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, a loss of ones role in a relationship or group is an example of what type of loss?
    Belonging
  12. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, a change of self-perception or self-worth is an example of what type of loss?
    Self-esteem
  13. Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a guide, a block or inhibition from reaching personal goals or potential is an example of what type of loss?
    Self-actualization
  14. What are the (5) stages in Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving?
    • Denial - shock or disbelief
    • Anger - expressed toward God, family, or caretakers
    • Bargaining - a deal (with God) for more time
    • Depression - acute awareness of loss, present or future
    • Acceptance - coming to terms
  15. Describe denial in terms of Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving.
    Shock or disbelief
  16. Describe anger in terms of Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving.
    Anger is expressed toward God, family, or caretakers.
  17. Describe bargaining in terms of Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving.
    Making a deal (with God) for more time
  18. Describe depression in terms of Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving.
    Acute awareness of loss, present or future
  19. Describe acceptance in terms of Kubler-Ross's theory of grieving.
    Coming to terms with the loss.
  20. What are the (4) stages in the Rodebaugh & Colleage's theory of grieving?
    • Reeling - shock, disbelief, or denial
    • Feeling - anguish, guilt, sadness, anger, or body issues
    • Dealing - begins to adapt, support groups, etc
    • Healing - integrates loss as part of life
  21. List (3) stages of grief.
    • Avoidance - numbing, blunting, denial
    • Confrontation - period of active mourning, disorganization, despair
    • Reestablishment - gradual, reorganization, recovery
  22. What are some processes of grief? (6)
    • Shock and disbelief
    • Protest and despair
    • Emotionless, cognitive activity
    • Waves of despair
    • Yearning, despair, and disorganization
    • Rebuilding process
  23. What are some responses to loss? (5)
    • affective
    • Behavioral
    • Cognitive
    • Physical
    • Spiritual

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