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The Experience Called Grief Gary D. Smith, MAEd.
Five Stages of Normal Reaction to Loss 1.Denial 2.Anger 3.Bargaining 4.Depression 5.Acceptance Photo by Ken Ross
Death brings a flood of feelings and emotions to each person in their own way!
Feeling A sense of knowing or an impression on the mind Microsoft clipart
Emotion A mental and bodily reaction accompanied by a strong feeling Microsoft clipart
Stages of Grief 1.Denial a)Acknowledging the loss 2.Anger a)Experiencing the pain 3.Bargaining a)Experiencing the pain b)Re-adjusting to the loss 4.Depression a)Finding a way to move on
Acknowledging the Loss May be Hard Shock Disbelief Confusion Anxiety Panic Microsoft clipart
Children Acknowledging the Loss Anger Frustration Questioning Guilt Copying the behaviors of others Global Star software
Adults acknowledging the loss Anger Frustration Guilt Blaming others A sense of loss of control Microsoft clipart
Disorientation Phase Despair Lowered self-esteem Pre-occupation Loneliness State of disequilibria Tearful Microsoft clipart The Faces of Grief are Different in Each Person
Bargaining / Experiencing the Pain Disorientation Fear Loss of Control State of Limbo Frustration Vulnerable Microsoft clipart
Depression / With the Pain Helplessness Hopelessness Resentment Bitterness Emptiness Sadness Global Star Software
Bargaining and Adjustment ( Adaptation ) Re-adjusting to the loss Struggling with new roles and responsibilities Envy Yearning Missing Microsoft clipart
Acceptance a Sense of Healing Developing a new environment New Relationships New Activities New Hope A Sense of Healing Global Star Software
Acceptance Reconciling The Loss Hope for the future Growth from the trial Healing from the heart Remembering with less pain Global Star Software
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Lesson 12 Identify several healthy ways to cope with loss or grief. Why do you think feelings of loss and grief intensify during holidays? Look at page.
Way of dealing with emotional pain Denial Refusing to recognize an emotion or a problem.
Death & Dying. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross describes a five part pattern that is experienced by the anticipated dying person and by those close to him.
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Lesson 3 Coping With Loss and Grief. Acknowledging Loss Everyone will experience loss and grief Grieving is a natural and common reaction to any loss.
Understanding and Dealing with Loss The Original Model Human loss most often manifests in grief Grief has five stages – Denial – Anger – Bargaining – Depression.
Ways of dealing with emotional pain Denial Refusing to recognize an emotion or a problem.
Defense Mechanisms & Emotions. Defense Mechanism Ways of dealing with emotional pain.
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7 Stages of Grief (Psychological Lens). People react to learning of the loss with numbed disbelief. May deny the reality of the loss at some level, in.
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Stages of Grieving. 5 Stages of Loss and Grief 1.Denial – Refusing to believe what is happening 2.Anger – Being angry about what is happening 3.Bargaining.
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Dying, Death, and Grief. What is grief? Deep sorrow, especially that caused by the death of someone with whom and bond was formed.
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