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    The Grieving Process According to Thomas Attig, who made an important distinction between grief and the grieving process, the grieving process is a complex coping process which gives and challenges and opportunities for the griever and also the choices to be made and tasks to be presented with a tremendous amount of energy to be invested. Most people have negative thoughts about grieving process and they believe that grieving process can render the individual passive and helpless. However, according

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    when met with the terrible circumstance of both parental figures passing away, and, moreover, leaving the responsibility of the resulting affairs to oneself. Fortunately for our local area, there are support groups available to help with the grieving process, but one should be prepared to deal with the paperwork, as well. The death of a parent can often leave one feeling extremely off, isolated and alone. It may shatter and crumble a sense of security and stability that has been in place for most

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    the pain and sorrow and let it out. This is natural, this is also healthy. There are five steps of the grieving process: anger, bargaining, depression, and resolution (Manning, Curtis, McMillin, & Attenweiler, 2011). Denial is being in disbelief that loss has actually happen (Manning, et al, 2011). This is a feeling at some point in someone’s lives that we can relate to this grieving process. Someone we know has died all of sudden and that person could have been in good health, but died suddenly

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    The grieving process is a normal and natural process that affects each individual a little bit differently, yet, it is important to understand some of the common and universal behaviors in children and adolescence that follow a loss in order to best accommodate and care for those students in their time of grief. It is also important to understand and pay attention to the developmental factors that influence an adolescents’ bereavement process can also allow for insight on

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    Process of Grieving Everyone experiences a very strong and sometimes overwhelming emotion, known as grief. As overwhelming as this emotion can be, it is a natural response for most human beings. Grief is known differently among individuals; some know it as “the mourning process” and others know it as a cultural expectation. This period of grief can also be known as bereavement which means experiencing loss, but only for a period, not forever. Besides how it is known, it is most commonly experienced

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    spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve” (Earl Grollman) The first step of the grieving process is denial. Denial is the unwillingness or inability to accept that a loss has occurred. During this stage, the person may not talk to you or she my act as the deceased person is still there. When in denial the person that is grieving normally acts like everything is fine and nothing has happened. The first stage is the brains defense mechanism; it allows the

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    Anger is a common, normal response to bereavement. We get angry when we cannot control what is happening to us. It can be one of the most confusing feelings during bereavement, and is at the root of many problems in the grieving process. If anger is not expressed in a safe way it can be a very damaging emotion, eating away at the bereaved person and destroying relationships vital for overcoming loss. Quarrels commonly resulting from ill-directed expression of anger during the acute stage of grief

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    If I were diagnosed with AIDS, I would respond in confusion, and I would probably be asking God, "Why me!" In Lecture 5 it talks about grief being a process that consists of denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Everyone experiences the grief process differently ("Lecture 5," 2018). I can see me going through this grieving process, but I know there is hope, and God would not let me go through anything I could not handle. Because of the break in Shalom, there is disease death and

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    Central topic: Examines the grieving process and experience of unemployed people, and suggests a solution to benefit the organization and displaced employee. Procedure(s): N/A. This is not a research paper based on a study or experiment; rather it analyzes previous works to arrive at a final conclusion. Summary of work: This paper sought to examine the effects of job loss on workers (who are considered unemployed), making recommendations for solutions using information from personal experience

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    of a loved one. It’s important for nurses to understand all aspects that play into how someone deals with death so they can better help provide the correct care and support. This paper will explain what grief is and the different stages of the grieving process, how children, being male or female, and diverse cultures cope with death, and how nurses can better support people depending on these groups. Bereavement is the time when people grief and mourn after a person has died. Grief is an emotion

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