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Types of Loss

A type of loss in which a person displays loss and grief behaviors for a loss that has yet to take place. ANTICIPATORY LOSS
A type of loss that is tangible such as the loss of a limb or organ PHYSICAL LOSS
A type of loss that is felt by the person but is intangible to others. PERCIEVED LOSS
Type of loss may be caused by altered self-image and inability to return to work. PSYCHOLOGICAL LOSS
TYPES OF LOSS Actual, Perceived, Physical, Psychological, Anticipatory
A type of loss that can be recognized by others as well as person sustaining the loss ACTUAL LOSS
Created by: k2snots