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Fall 10 Loss, Grief, and Recovery-1

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Loss, Grief, and Recovery
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Types of Loss Plans Activities Unmet expectations Persons Self
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What is Lost or Changed Links to Life Beliefs -- Religious, Expectations Benefits -- what you offer, what you need Emotional stability Sense of Self Sense of Meaning Sense of Belonging Sense of Control
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Intensity of Loss Social Distance Expectations Fairness Predictable Blame God Self Other No one Control
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Grief Cognitive, emotional response to loss Loss of anchor points Sense of disruption Sadness Confusion Anger Disbelief
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Grief Process Does recovery occur in stages? Viktor Frankl Delusion and Shock
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Unformatted text preview: Wipe Out Previous Life Adjustment -- Apathy Tragic Optimism Elizabeth Kübler-Ross (grief process) Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance Grief Process Nature of stages? Regular Sporadic Things that influence Social support Religious beliefs Sense of control Recovery Resources Social Family Support Networks Professional Religion Psychological Role Identities Self Esteem Sense of Mastery Behavioral Change the Situation Control Meaning of Situation Control Stress...
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