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a. the TEAR process is for “survivors of grief”, someone who has already been through the stages of grief and is now on their way to putting their life back together and moving on from the grief. The first step in TEAR is the last step in the grief process. 9. Describe how spiritual beliefs can affect the grieving process. a. spiritual beliefs help the grieving person to accept the loss of their loved one, if they can imagine that person continuing in their existence in heaven, or reincarnated in another being, or whatever their own personal belief is, if they are able to imagine the loved one in that manner, then they are better able to accept the loss 10.Describe how concepts of death are impacted by culture. a. culture affects the concept of what happens to our loved one after death, how we mourn or what rituals we observe to help us accept the loss of the loved one, also certain cultures have specific fatal or debilitating diseases while other cultures don’t 11.Describe how individuals display grief are impacted by culture. a. some cultures wear specific colors of clothing for funerals to demonstrate their grief, while other cultures choose distinct colors, (ie European-American predominantly wear all black while African- American choose black and white). Some cultures view death and the funeral event as a time for somber reflection while other cultures see it is a time to celebrate the lost loved one’s life, some cultures feel that only family and close friends should attend the funeral, while others include a whole city, (ie. A
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