Death - IV. Survivor Stages A. Immediate B. Intermediate C....

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I. Fear of Death A. Suffering B. Humiliation C. Extinction D. Loss of loved ones
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E. Changes in Society 1. Reduced religiosity 2. Lower social support 3. Fewer rituals 4. Less publicness
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II. Coping with Death A. Subterfuge B. Denial C. Death defying
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III. Stages in Dying Process A. Denial B. Anger C. Bargaining D. Depression E. Acceptance
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Survivor Stages A. Immediate B. Intermediate C. Recovery V. Characteristics A. Age B. Gender C. Anticipation VI. Aiding & Coping A. Avoid significant changes B. Be willing to listen C. Keep survivors in good health D. Find support groups E. Know time heals; but never say it F. Focus on their feelings...
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Death - IV. Survivor Stages A. Immediate B. Intermediate C....

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