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VTHT 1217 euthanasia

what two models are of note for their recognition of the processes and outcomes of mourning? Meaning Reconstruction and The dual process model of coping with bereavement
define meaning reconstruction shows positive emotions develop subsequent to significant loss and ultimately identify some benefit
define dual process model of coping with bereavement process of mourning oscilates between loss experience (impact of death) and recovery experience (establishing a new life reshaped by reality of loss)
what are the tasks of mourning Task I - accept reality of loss Task II - work through pain or grief Task III - adjust to an environment in which deceased is missing Task IV - emotionally relocate the deceased and move on with life accomplishing the tasks is fluid and not stage-like
define thanatology the study of death, dying and bereavement
define grief the experiences and reactions of individuals to bereavement
mourning the responses and adjustments to grief
disenfranchised grief pain of a significant loss that is not, or cannot, be openly acknowledged or socially supported
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