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...Bereavement following any loss is challenging. While there is increasingly more information about the process of mourning and the tasks that are intrinsic to recovery (Worden, 1982), there is also more documentation about the myriad of problems on emotional, physical, economic and social levels that are often secondary to the process, even when it is considered to be uncomplicated (Osterweis, Solomon, & Green, 1984). When bereavement is complicated by any one of a number of factors, the possibility of an increasingly negative outcome is even greater (Raphael, 1993). Complicated bereavement is unfortunately not uncommon. Factors that can complicate the grieving process include... on grief and...
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Bereavement care
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...Bereavement care What impact do historical, sociological and legal events have on our understanding of grief and loss? Historical Events Most people who have previous encounter (numerous or multiple encounter) with death for example having close friends and family members dying have a bit of experience and even tolerance towards death. These people are able to grief more comfortably and handle bereavement in an accepting manner without much denial. For those who have not had such previous history or death happened when they were really young and could not understand grief for them becomes “heavy” and unbearable as they go through the denial period for...
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Bereavement care
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...Bereavement Resilience refers to the ability of an individual to withstand and well cope with stress as well all other adversities in life (Bonanno, 2009). After devastating tragedies on life, individuals and communities are able to rebuild their life and cope with the situation as a way of rebuilding continuity. Rituals in the case of this resilience at hand would refer to all the actions that are performed in the wake of the demise so that the traumatic behaviors are averted for the betterment of the person affected. According to Bonanno, the roles that are associated with any given bereavement are associated with the given culture. In the wake... ? RESILIENCE of The Role of Ritual and Behavior in...
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Loss and Bereavement
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...bereavement - a cross cultural perspective (social work) Identification of issues of discrimination and oppression relating to loss and bereavement Minority ethnic communities who are living in a foreign environment often tend to encounter issues of discrimination as well as oppression even at death and bereavement of a family member. Statistics indicate that discrimination which is being concentrated on racial and ethnic factors in England and Wales have more than doubled from about 4,000 in 1988 to over 8,000 incidents within five years. Racism and discrimination may happen on an individual or institutional basis and can be expressed and perceived directly or indirectly... Order 116428 Loss and...
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DEATH, DYING, & BEREAVEMENT
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...BEREAVEMENT A sad and grieving child can move a person and touch our heart like non other can. A childs whole life is a dreamy and fairytale landscape where they live cooconed from the harsh realities of the world. It is when they are suddenly exposed to the harsh reality that the confusion and shock blocks their recovery which if not attended to can harm the development of the child. Parents are always trying to sheild the children from the storms in life but in reality it is difficult to keep them from emotions and feelings of loss and sadness. The loss of a loved one leaves the children in a confused emotional state which they find difficult to understand and comprehend. Infact... DEATH, DYING, &...
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Bereavement Support Group
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...BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP SIMULATION Hanaa Shayaa The of Akron March 06, Introduction Bereaved parents benefit from many types of support, intervention and methods of coping with loss. Studies have shown one major factor in the outcome of efforts to be directly related to the mother’s age and most mothers have reported that the most support after leaving the hospital was by the chaplain (Nikkola, Kaunonen, & Aho, 2013.) Intake and Engagement Simulation Members: Hanaa, Kristen, Liz, Ariel Leader: Liesa I lost my daughter shortly after birth in the USA. She was premature and in the NICU unit nearly a month struggling to survive. As a diabetic my blood...
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Bereavement Across the Life Span
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...BEREAVEMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN The reaction short vignette Mode of Counseling Babies (Bereavement reactions by age group, 2013) 1. They look for the dead person. 2. They are irritable. 3. They become anxious, jumpy, and less attentive. A baby having not seen the mother or father who is probably dead becomes less attentive worried about where they might be. At some point losing the taste for things around her/him, she becomes easily provoked. 1. Cuddling and holding them more. 2. Speak to them in a calm manner. 3. Provide comfort objects such as toys. 4. 4. Preschoolers (Bereavement reactions by age group, 2013) 1. They have trouble...
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Payroll Bereavement Leave Policy Memo
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...Bereavement policy is a law that dictates that employers should give workers the opportunity to mourn close friends and family members. The bereavement policy can be applied via legislation or workplace policy. Alternatively, it can be achieved via collective agreement. The company has plans to prepare a Bereavement policy for all its employees regardless of their location. Therefore, the policy should consider the bereavement policy in all the states. It is paramount that the company’s bereavement policy complies with the labor/employment standards in British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Yukon. The policy should... Memo Human Resources Manager, Carol George General Manager 11 Nov 2008 The...
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Bereavement responses to Alzheimer's disease
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...Bereavement Responses to Alzheimer's disease Bereavement Responses to Alzheimer's disease Introduction With the current aging population, researchers and other psychological thinkers have projected that, in the near future, the number of individuals and professionals dealing with Alzheimer’s diseases and other related dementia would be overwhelming. In addition, Alzheimer’s takes a very long process and several steps before having severe impact on individual health. Each stage has an impact to the infected patient and the entire family (Bass, Bowman& Noelker, 2011). The impacts of Alzheimer’s disease have a deliberating effect to the family members and concerned caregivers thus forcing them... ?...
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Bereavement & Aging According to Reality Theory
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...BEREAVEMENT AND AGING Reality Theory Reality theory assumes that every individual has an “implicit theory of reality, which shapes the subjective meanings derived from his personal experiences” (Stroebe, Stroebe, and Hansson, 1999, p.112). Whereas the rational system examines events free from any emotional influences, the experiential system is mediated by subtle feelings or “vibes” and full-blown emotions of which an individual is, respectively, unconscious and aware. That is, when an individual faces a response-inducing situation, the experiential system turns to his memory banks to interpret the situation through similar past experiences. The accessed memories trigger... of triumph, along...
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Implementing non-discriminatory service related to loss and bereavement
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...Bereavement Bereavement services commit to the delivery of quality services in ensuring that bereavement experiences happen without insensitivity or error. It also seeks to meet the secular, religious, cultural and ethnic needs for the bereaved in a given community. The random selection approach will be used to identify the program’s beneficiaries. The bereaved persons (including the relatives and friends of the deceased) will be the target. According to Humphrey (2009), bereavement services focus on providing exhumation, information and memorial services to residents of a community from abroad. This paper intends to implement change... Implementing Non-discriminatory Service Related to Loss and...
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What makes a difference in bereavement and grief
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...Bereavement and Grief? The essay aims to address a two-fold objective, to wit:(1) to reflect on the assigned reading; and (2) to identify and explain your understanding of three of the five principal variables in the text that appear to make a difference in the ways in which bereavement and grief are experienced. What Makes a Difference in Bereavement and Grief? Grief and bereavement are often used interchangeably in cases of loss; however, grief and bereavement vary according to the principal variables involved. Grief could refer to the feelings and behaviors associated with loss while bereavement may mean the actual fact of loss. C. A. Corr and D. A. Corr (2012, p. 244... What Makes a Difference in...
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The Perceived Role of God During Suicide Bereavement
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...Bereavement Introduction The perceived role of God during suicide bereavement is a journal article written by Kennet Mottram and Larry Vandecreek. The article talks about bereaved families and their religious life after suicide of a family member. It touches on what some religions explain suicide and the afterlife. This paper will identify the purpose of the study done by Kennet and Vandecreek, providing the hypothesis, study samples, research methods, and study findings of the study (Mottram, 2011). The paper will also explore the weaknesses and strengths of the study. Purpose of study The purpose of the study was to find out the nature of religious life... The Perceived Role of God during Suicide...
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Possible Approaches in Counseling People Dealing With Bereavement
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...Bereavement The loss of a relative, close friend or even a pet can be a traumatic and stressfulexperience to people of all ages. But fact is that death is one of life's inevitable realities, more than two million people die in the United States each year. Although most are older, death occurs in all age groups. The causes of death vary both with age and gender. Among those under age 35, intentional and non-intentional injury is the primary cause of death. Among older Americans, cancer and heart disease are the top killers. Men typically die at younger ages than women (Minino & Smith, 9 October 2001). Death is not a mystery to those who have died... Possible Approaches in Counseling People Dealing With...
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Bereavement and 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers
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...Bereavement and 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers Bereavement and grief are common to everyone, yet grief is sometimes seen as a form of weakness and can often be misunderstood or ignored (Kubler-Ross, 1973). Several models have been proposed within the 20th century that have brought more attention to the matter and have improved awareness of the need for sensitivity towards individuals suffering from grief after recent bereavement or diagnosis with a terminal illness. These models have also illustrated the need for grief as part of the bereavement process. The Kubler-Ross Model The Kubler-Ross model (commonly called The...
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The psychological effects of people with intellectual disabilities experiencing loss and bereavement
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...bereavement in the intellectually disabled Grief of bereavement in the intellectually disabled Grief of bereavement in the intellectually disabled Introduction The plight of people with disabilities had always touched my heart whether physically or intellectually disabled. They did not seem to enjoy the rights that others did. Grief was just one situation which complicated the life of the disabled, especially the intellectually disabled. In grief, pathological or complicated grief was uppermost in my mind after observing the attitude towards a relative of mine, an intellectually disabled, who was ill-treated when her mother passed away. This girl of 19 years and very dependent on her... ? Grief of...
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Culture Awareness With End-of-Life Issues: Death, Dying, and Bereavement
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...Bereavement Culture awareness with End-of-Life Issues: Death, Dying, and Bereavement among Gypsies Introduction Difference cultures have different beliefs about death and Bereavement. The beliefs of Gypsy culture that affect their health and the healthcare system have been described. Description of Culture Gypsies are among the minority groups. Most of them still practice their cultural beliefs. Some are influenced by their religious teachings. Most of them are Catholics. Many Gypsies in the US just like other minority groups face financial constraints and health issues (Timmins, 2012). Normal Health Beliefs and Practices Gypsies... Culture awareness with End-of-Life Issues: Death, Dying, and...
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Adjustment from Bereavement using Grief Counselling with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Therapy
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...Bereavement using Grief Counselling with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Therapy Target Behaviour: Bereavement CLIENT DETAILS Diagnosis: Bereavement Client Age: 10 years old Client Sex: Female Number of Sessions: 14 Treatment Approach: Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treatment Mode: Weekly One-Hour Sessions Referral Information The client, a 10-year-old female student, was referred by her mother after the latter noticed a change in her daughter’??s behaviour after the sudden death of the child’????? grandmother The client has become unhappy, down and tearful. Total Session with Client The client attended 14 grief counselling sessions and 2 follow... ? Adjustment from...
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Felix Longoria's Wake: Bereavement, Racism and the Rise of Mexican American Activism by Patrick Carroll
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...Bereavement, Racism, and the Rise of Mexican American Activism. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2003.... ? The Story of Felix Longoria that Changed the History Patrick Carroll’s book reflects one of the most significant episodes in the history of Texas. Carroll depicts the dawn of Mexican Americans’ open struggle for their rights. Admittedly, being a multinational country the United States faced many issues concerning ethnicity. Nevertheless, there are still many issues in our day. Thus, Carroll’s work is a good reminder of what people have lived through and what should never happen again. Carroll points out that in the middle of the twentieth century when dealing with some issues concerning...
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A Psychological Perspective ,,,,Study plan 7
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...Bereavement: A Response to Objective Situation of Grief and Bereavement: A Response to Objective Situation Grief and bereavement in psychological context is more likely to affect individuals as there are a number of factors which are involved. This paper aims to respond the concept of grief and bereavement studied in the course. This response has been backed up by theoretical research conducted by Guerin & Guerin (2009). Also, models and theoretical referencing will be noted in order to respond to the objective situations of grief and bereavement. The concept of bereavement is easy to note as a situation in which an individual is marked to undergo a loss of someone close (family member... Grief and...
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Trauma experience
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...Bereave on Young Adults Trauma Experience Losing a parent is one of theworst experiences that a child may experience irrespective of age. The bereaved child is more likely to have a stressful development as one grows up. In most cases, the loss of a parent due to an unexplainable accident is fatal since the child will have poor growth and development. For a young bereaved adult the loss of one parent may be catastrophic since it affects not only his basic educational needs but also his life experiences and career. As a result, the young adult will have declined competency and morale in the work environment. The bereaved adult will also have poor communication and social skills... Effects of Parental...
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Coping, Stressor Anticipation and Endurance
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...bereavement, helps the family members function normally, and helps in cohesion and communication among family members. In conclusion, coping with loss and grief due to illness is specific to every individual and should be approached considering all the impacting factors and their intensity. References Book: Worden, J.W. (2003).Grief counselling and grief therapy: a handbook for the mental health practitioner. Edition... Running head: stress management. Coping, Stressor Anticipation and Endurance Week-8 Discussion Topic Coping with disease (Cancer Discuss coping with loss and grief. Coping with grief caused due to loss of loved one to a fatal illness like cancer is a very complex and sensitive pr...
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Prenatal stress and risk of febrile seizures in children: a nationwide longitudinal study in Denmark
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...bereavement and the resultant risk of febrile seizures in young children. The study hypothesized that those mothers who were exposed to unexpected death within the family, especially those involving children, were more prone to prenatal stress. Participants The study was a population-based cohort study that used the data from the Danish civil registration system from which single children who were born in between 1st of January 1978 until the 31st December 2002 were included in the study. The study children were categorized based on the cause for prenatal bereavement such as those involving the loss of a child, husband... ?Purpose The study examined the association between prenatal stress due to...
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Research paper
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...bereavement experiences. The prolonged public grief expression and ritualized mourning is not encouraged within Islamic practices while placing value on acceptance of Allah’s or God’s will with understanding and restraint. Distinction between return to full functioning after a loss involves management of attachments and memories among the deceased with the fundamental... Islamic Spiritual Aspects of Death and Dying, Grief and Loss The approach in which individuals manage their mourning and grief for the loss of loved ones through death is a reflection on culture and people. The practices and beliefs of Muslim citizens from Israel stem have cultural-religious view organizing private and public loss and...
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Egan's integrative approach to counselling
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...bereavement – comparison with Worden’s Four Tasks of Mourning Referring to the application of Egan’s model in cases of bereavement, it should be noticed that counselors should be well informed on all particular aspects of this model. The analytical examination of the conditions of the specific case is also another issue that should... I) Identify, describe and critically evaluate Egans integrative approach to counselling The role of counselling in the improvement of health has been extensively researched by medical practitioners and theorists. In this context, the study of Thoresen et al. (1985, 15) showed that “the crucial roles of behavioral, cognitive, and environmental factors in health and disease...
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Nurses dealing with the death of their patient
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...bereavement process and how to find someone to help Death is a natural and mandatory occurrence but the process of dealing with it from the moment it happens is what becomes tough on not only the family members but nurses as well. It is even particularly harder for those just entering the field and hence has no experience or minimal experience to deal with the bereavement process. There are several tips that can help those entering the nursing field for the first... Nurses dealing with the death of their patient Affiliation: Write to people who themselves are just entering the field you are studying but who are facing a dilemma and who need your guidance and knowledge to help them with dealing with...
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Welfare, Policy And The Law In Social Work Practice
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...bereavement is one of the key issues that social work practitioners deal with. Social work practice facilitates counseling, referrals and other support services to support the bereaved individuals in the society. These practitioners provide methods and means supporting counseling individuals experiencing personal trauma, grief and depression (Bell2002). The understanding of the bereavement theory in this context improves Social work... ? TOPIC: WELFARE, POLICY AND THE LAW IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE By Insert Presented to Location Date Due INTRODUCTION Social work practice has significant importance in the society notably to individuals who are depressed and those facing psychological instability. Family...
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Funeral Service Thanatology
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...bereaved Bereavement can be defined as the various reactions, or behaviour patterns, of individuals, to a large extent directed by the emotions felt to the experience of great loss. People meet bereavement in differing ways, but in every case there will be a degree of anxiety and stress, depending upon the personality of the individual, their intellectual and emotional development and their particular situation, both as an individual and as a member of wider society. Mourning is the term used to describe how people behave as a result, and how this is affected by the norms of the particular society... of which they are a member. According to the National Cancer Institute ( 2011) how people...
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David Lindsay-Abaire's Rabbit Hole
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...bereavement has on their relationship but also on their relationship with others. Analyzing the play, David Rooney reflects: “Putting aside his usual eccentricities in his Broadway debut, ‘Rabbit Hole,’ the playwright has crafted a drama that's not just a departure but a revelation - an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced... ? David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole” David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole” was first fully produced in New York in 2006 and was the recipient of thePulitzer Prize for Drama in 2007. The play portrays the grief of a family related to the accidental death of their son and how they cope with the pain and survive the major loss. Lindsay-Abaire highlights the impact their...
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Suicide
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...bereaved. The loss of someone of close attachment induces intense grief and mourning, although amongst suicide survivors it appears that a unique emotional response occurs as compared to bereavement for non-violent deaths (Reed & Greenwald, 1991). In general, it has been found that bereavement by suicide tends to be prolonged, and that feelings of shock, self-blame, guilt and social isolation may exist. These facets of suicide bereavement are thought to be due to the thematic content of the grief, the socio-cultural context that the survivor... Each year there are an estimated 6, 000 completed suicides in the UK (Samaritans, 2006). Each suicide has a dramatic impact on family and friends who are...
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Hospice And Attitudes Toward Death
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...bereavement and pain before death, nowadays, people fall back on hospice care services and more techniques that are modern. One way this affects the process is through reducing the time span... ?Running Head: Hospice & Attitudes toward Death Hospice & Attitudes toward Death [Institute’s Hospice & Attitudes toward Death Death has been one of the most intriguing and fascinating discourses of all time. Since antiquity, thinkers and scholars have busied themselves in unveiling the mysterious oncoming of death, the process of dying, the pre and post death premonitions and so forth. More interesting; however, is the anthropological perspective of death that is how perception and observation differs in various...
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Argumentative Essay
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...bereavement and mourning for a deceased patient’s family. Bereavement causes grief and mourning which are natural responses to a loss in relation to palliative care and hospice (Bumagin & Hirn, 2006). This process usually begins with the delivery of bad news. However these may be anticipated as result of palliative care or hospice, the family should prepare for a tragic loss and put in place bereavement plans which are characterized by various challenges. Studies have proven that intervention... with palliative or hospice is not only vital for the patients prolonged life and desirable death but also for care givers and loved ones in identifying symptoms of grief and provide...
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Felix Longorias Wake
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...bereavement, racism, and the rise of Mexican American activism. The book is written by Patrick James Carroll and focuses on racism affecting the Mexican-Americans. The author is a professor of history at Texas A&M University. He has coauthored many books covering the history of American society. The book is about Private First Class military officer called Felix Longoria who earned a Bronze Service star, Good Conduct medal, a Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman’s badge during the Second World War. The focus of the book is on the events after his death rather than his autobiography. The funeral parlor at Three Rivers, Texas refused to hold a wake for him because... Book review: Felix Longorias wake:...
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Psychological Case Study
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...Bereavement using Grief Counselling with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Therapy Target Behaviour: Bereavement CLIENT DETAILS Diagnosis: Bereavement Client Age: 10 years old Client Sex: Female Number of Sessions: 14 Treatment Approach: Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treatment Mode: Weekly One-Hour Sessions Referral Information The client, a 10-year-old female student, was referred by her mother after the latter noticed a change in her daughter’??s behaviour after the sudden death of the child’????? grandmother The client has become unhappy, down and tearful. Total Session with Client The client attended 14 grief counselling sessions and 2 follow... ? Adjustment from...
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Grief
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...bereavement, which implies a loss in ones life of a loved one or family and has the connected danger of transforming into a mental disease. Over the years there have been a number of physical and psychological therapies and counseling which have been developed to counter this traumatic time for people. Yet many people fare better in physical downfalls rather than emotional pitfalls involving grief and loss.The debate goes on about the whether grief "strikes like lightning" and kills slowly. Many academics like Dr. Elisabeth Kbler-Ross have spoken about how grief has certain stages involving anger and denial. Other psychologists deny the cyclical treatment of grief... Grief left untreated can be...
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Coping with the Death of Own Child
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...bereaved individuals or families. This is because it is something irreversible. The reality of the parting which entails complete and eternal cessation of interaction with a loved one makes the situation ultimately unbearable and heartrending. Whether it is caused by accident or illness, across conditions, the overpowering effect of death in all of us is alike. To the bereaved, the abruptness of a death by accident is no less painful and intense than one that is already anticipated like in cases of those who have succumbed to terminal... Coping with the Death of your Child Death is one of the most agonizing experiences that a person encounters in a lifetime. The pain of loss is overwhelming to the...
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Drama Analysis
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...bereavement has on their relationship but also on their relationship with others. Analyzing the play, David Rooney reflects: “Putting aside his usual eccentricities in his Broadway debut, ‘Rabbit Hole,’ the playwright has crafted a drama thats not just a departure but a revelation - an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced... David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole” David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole” was first fully produced in New York in 2006 and was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2007. The play portrays the grief of a family related to the accidental death of their son and how they cope with the pain and survive the major loss. Lindsay-Abaire highlights the impact their...
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Why i want to be in paralegal program
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...bereaved family. There was a certain sense of calm and security that engulfed us each time the lawyers came to discuss the case with us and, through their work, gave the whole family much needed support. It may seem strange, but to us, family that seemed at a loss to explain their sorrow and misery or make sense of what had happened, the calm and collected way the lawyers and their team discussed the case with us offered us much assistance in the bereavement process. That is one of the major reasons... ? My interest in law and the professions thereof started when my cousin was murdered by a hit man her husband had hired. In those tragic circumstances, I saw just how much help the lawyers offered to our...
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Letter to C.S.Lewis - A Grief Observed
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...bereavement and their faith... Task: Letter to C.S Lewis - A Grief Observed The demise of your spouse Helen Joy three years after matrimony undoubtedly shattered your life. You struggled strongly with hopelessness after the incident that broke your heart. In this scenario, your strong belief and following of God’s teachings began to weaken when you developed the intelligence that God has left you. You lamented that God who usually was available to you, had suddenly disowned you. This made you feel frightened and rejected with only a group of believers helping in restoring you in the final stages. I develop this letter as a thoughtful, original, and intelligence response to your apologetic writing. I...
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Healthy grief
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...bereavement cycle. Different religions and scholars present diverse ways of coping with grief. For them, grief is either something to be processed individually, or something to be left for God, in a process of unburdening oneself to Him. This essay compares and contrasts three models of grief: Judaism’s cycle of grief, grief from Job in the Bible, and Kubler-Ross’s grief cycle. It also compares it to joy, because grief and joy can be seen as two opposite sides of the same coin of human emotion. These grief models... ? Healthy grief 10 June When a loved one dies, feeling grief is a natural response. Grief can be considered as a coping mechanism and a process that people usually go through during the...
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Labor Relations
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...bereavement leave for the grievant. According to Karabegović et al (2005), it is duty of the employee to inform contingent information to employer. In this case, rather the employee violated the leave norms mentioned in CBA. Opinion: according to section 23.1 of Article 23 of CBA (Bereavement Leave), 3day leave can only be allowed in case of leave that is contiguous and consecutive to death immediate family member of grievant. However, grievant paternal grandmother died on June 21 (Thursday), hence, the 3 day leave should be calculated from Friday to Sunday. However, the grievant applied for leave from Sunday to Tuesday (June 24 to June 26). Requested leave duration is not contiguous... Labor Relations...
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Grief and loss and special populations Annotated Bibliography
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...bereaved. Annotated Bibliography 1. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, S. and R. C. De Vries. 1998, Getting to the Other Side of Grief: Overcoming the Loss of a Spouse UK: Baker Books This is a valuable book written by two people belonging to different backgrounds and bringing their diverse perspectives into their book. Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge, being a clinical psychologist at Pine Rest Mental Health Services in the US and also a registered social worker brings to light the practical aspects of dealing with the loss of a spouse and in overcoming the grief through active... Topic: Coping with Loss of a Spouse Special Population The following pages contain an annotated bibliography for the chosen topic of ‘Coping with...
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Case study
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...bereavement. He had a depressed mood and lost pleasure or interest in everyday activities. His previous functioning changed significantly. The DSM-IV criteria stipulate that for a patient to be diagnosed with MDE they must experience at list 5 of the following symptoms Schouten, R., & Silver, J. (2013). Anhedonia and loss of interest Change in eating, appetite, or weight Sleep disruption (insomnia) Fatigue Hampered motor activity Depressed mood Loss of concentration and/or attention Self-blame Suicidal thoughts Evidently, the boy’s symptoms do not indicate a mixed episode... but rather a single major depressive episode. The boy’s symptoms are a cause of difficulty in functioning or great...
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LEADING CHANGE
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...bereavement and adaptation. Immediately after the change, people deny that it was altogether necessary. When this does not work, they become outraged but lack of power to alter the managerial decision puts them into bereavement, and finally, they become used to the change and adapt themselves according to it. Change is a time-consuming process and the managers/leaders must give it due time to implement effectively. Culture is one of the most fundamental determinants of the success or failure of a change strategy. Organizational culture is the outcome of beliefs... ?Leading Change Lewin has made a very rational approach towards explaining the way change effectively takes place by dividing the whole...
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An analysis for Lewis'relection following the death of his wife
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...bereavement will be examined, where immediate ‘first aid’ counselling is required; and then the plateau period of adjustment to truth, where deep explorative talking can help; and finally, how support therapy can ease a person back... into functional and meaningful living. Events involving loss or separation may occur throughout our lives (Lendrum & Syme 2004) but death is a particular form of loss that is very different from the loss of innocence or control, such as in sexual abuse or rape; or loss of status and income such as in retrenchment or unemployment. It is also vastly different from the loss of dreams or ambition such as in the birth of a disabled child. Death is not only...
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Foundations for Professional Health Practice
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...bereavement of some close blood relation... ?Grief--Causes and Treatment Module Module ID: The present paper aims to make an analysis of the state of grief the elderly patients undergo by providing the summary of the given case study, and producing definition and description of the grief phenomenon. The paper will also investigate into the countries including the USA, Australia and India, where the under-discussion health disorder has obtained significant space. The study will also elucidate the healthcare team structure established by the Australian administrations for making the treatment of grief. At the end, the study will elaborate two most popular treatment methods that are frequently being applied ...
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Supporting Significant Life Event in Health and Social Care / HND Level 5
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...bereavement on individuals Bereavement of an individual may influence an individual in many ways. From the case study at hand, the woman under review lost her husband of forty years and has to start afresh (Balk 2011). The recovery process will involve getting used to the new surroundings, since she will be moved to a new home. Bereavement is a stressful event in itself, and the individual facing it has to be surrounded with care to speed up the recovery process. Stressful life events are causative agents of various diseases (Struening & Rabkin, 1976). Events... as such play the role of precipitating factors that influence the timing of the various associated diseases. They, however, do not...
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Victorian life
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...bereavement ceremonies were of nonabsorbed silk or rather bombazine. For instance, most of the bereaved ladies in most Dickens’ books wore bombazine (Rothman). Manufacturers truncated most funeral dresses using crape, a rough silk with a funny creased manifestation that was fashioned by heat. Notably, crape mostly associates with bereavement occasions since it rarely combines well with other diverse types of attire (McCaffrey). After an established time, the people would remove crape an instant called mourning slighting. Progressively, the color of attire would lighten as the mourning occasions ensued, to grey mauve... Task: Victorian life Victoria’s case, it became habitual for families to observe...
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Coping with Suicide: a Real Life Application of the Kubler-Ross Grief Cycle
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...bereavement differs extensively. There are also conflicting perspectives on which reactions to bereavement are most successful. A number of scholars, like Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, support stage-oriented models of bereavement. This paper discusses Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s five stages of grief and afterward applies these five stages to suicide, in particular, to Lucy Bennett’s documentary film about suicides in London’s subways, One Under. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross initiated and questioned previously traditional assumptions and practices of dealing with bereavement and death... ?Coping with Suicide: A Real-Life Application of the Kubler-Ross ‘Grief Cycle’ Introduction Scholars have discovered that the length of...
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Middle-Range Theory of Chronic Sorrow
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...Bereavement loss of a significant loved one. The chronic sorrow experience depends on the individual and the circumstances that trigger it. It is cyclical, causing episodes of re-grief at any time. The model tells us... 1. Summary/Critique of a Conceptual Framework of the Article "Middle-Range Theory of Chronic Sorrow" This article goes to great lengths to explain the theory, arrived at by Eakes, Burke and Hainsworth (1998). The basic concept is that chronic sorrow is a normal condition experienced by those suffering loss. The main causes of the condition are suggested as: a) Chronic illness or disability as a sufferer b) As a caregiver to sufferers of chronic illness or disability c) Bereaveme...
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