Study Guide - Chapter 9.09

Study Guide - Chapter 9.09 - Be able to compare and...

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Death: Grief and Growth UNIV 3000 Spring 2009 Study Guide: Chapter 9 Vocabulary Bereavement Grief Mourning Attachment Theory Complicated Mourning Grief Work Model Loss-Oriented Coping Behavior Restoration-Oriented Coping Behavior Intuitive Grieving Patterns Instrumental Grieving Patterns Anticipatory Grief Ripple Effect Bereavement Burnout Disenfranchised Grief The Compassionate Friends (TCF) Themes and Concepts 1. Why is it best not to impose a set of discrete phases or stages or rigid rules on the process of grief and mourning? 2. What is the goal of grief? How has our understanding of this goal changed over time? How long does grief last? 3. Why is it more helpful to discuss “maintaining bonds” with the deceased through the mourning process rather than “relinquishing bonds”?
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Unformatted text preview: Be able to compare and contrast these two understandings of the grieving process. 4. What indications are there that a grief process has become complicated? 5. Can someone die of a broken heart? What are the physical manifestations of grief and mourning? 6. Be able to name and discuss William Wordens tasks of mourning (Discussed in text and class). 7. Why is it important to talk about the person who has died? 8. Be able to name and discuss the four aspects of a survivors model of the world that can affect their grief process. 9. How does unfinished business impact the grief process? What types of unfinished business might survivors confront? 10. What role can support groups play in the grief process?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course CAS 3403 taught by Professor Girlinghouse during the Spring '10 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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