GREIF.docx - GREIF Introduction Grief defines the situation of a person after losing something which is very important to him or her Grieving is a

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GREIF Introduction: Grief defines the situation of a person after losing something which is very important to him or her. Grieving is a healthy response to loss. There are many kinds of losses. While grieving, you may bounce back and forth between feelings of shock, denial, anger, guilt, sadness and acceptance. Grief has much importance in field of nursing because when one do not know that what kind of pain or can be said mental pain a patient is having how can someone treat his/her usually occurs due to some kind of mishap or misfortune it can vary, 1. Nonappearance of a protest, individual, body part, feeling, thought or capacity that was esteemed 2. Genuine Misfortune is recognized and checked by others. 3. Seen Misfortune can't be checked by others. 4. Maturational Misfortune happens in ordinary advancement. 5. Situational Misfortune happens without desires. 6. Extreme Misfortune or Passing outcomes in a lost for a diminishing individual and additionally for those left behind, can be seen as a period of development for all who experienced it. Each year, between 5% and 9% of the population loses a close family member.
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Grief is a natural response to death or loss. The grieving process is an opportunity to appropriately mourn a loss and then heal. The process is helped when you acknowledge grief, find support, and allow time for grief to work. So after acknowledging the situation of his/her patient they can go further for treatment. Literature review: There are many problems which occur during the process of grief and there are many ways which can cause grief, one’s parent death, student death, sibling death can be cause of grief. To understand this one needs to have some serious intentions towards the victim of grief and only
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