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what are 4 principles of Grief?
grief is a natural & expected response to loss
each ind carries innate cap to heal
duration & intensity of grief is unique for each person
caring & acceptance helpful to a person in resolving grief
what are vegetative signs of depression
changes in bowel movements
disintrest in sex
changes in eating habits
changes in sleep patterns
nurses encourages a guy to talk about his feelings & concerns. what is the rational for this intervention
concerns stated aloud become less overwhelming & can serve as the basis for later problem solving
same nurse works w/ him more,
which response by the nurse would help build a relationship
it must be difficult for you to be going thru this
what is anhedonia
lack of finding pleasure in anything
what is anhedonia
lack of pleasure in anything
what is anergia
lack of energy
depression
person feels very sad and no energy or sense of future
grief
healthy expression of berevement
empathy
awareness/insight into the feelings emotions behavoir of another person
sympathy
association or feeling of closeness b/t people so that when something affects1 it also affects the other
normal greiving feelings
sadness anger guilt
anxiety loneliness fatique
helplessness shock numbness
yearning relief
normal grieving thought patterns
disbelief confusion
preoccupation about them
sense of presence w/ them
hallulinations hopleness
normal grieving physical sensations
hollowness in stomach
tightness in chest or throat
over sensitiity to noise
sense of depersonalization
feeling short of breath
lack of energy dry mouth
normal griefing behaviors
sleep/appetite disturbances
absentmindedness
dreams of the decreased
sighing/crying
carrying objects that belonged to the deceased
abnormal griefing
chronic grief
never reaches conclusion elvis
abnormal griefing
delayed grief
grief work not accomplished and stays
abnormal griefing
exaggarated grief
when the grief is overwhelming
abnormal griefing
masked grief
grief gets masked somehow w/ a physical symptom or maladaptive behavior & person loses connection b/t loss & grief
Kebler Ross 5 stages of dying
denial
anger
bargaining
depression
acceptance
what is denial
acts as nothing has happened refuses to beleive it
anger is
resists the loss & may strike out
bargaining
postpones awareness of reality of loss
depression
overwhelming lonely & withdraw from relationships
acceptance
takes the loss like a man and looks toward the future
theraputic communication techniques include
active listening
sharing observations
sharing empathy
sharing hope
sharing humor
sharing feelings
using touch
using silence
providing information
clarifying
focusing
paraphrasing
asking relevant questions
summarizing
self disclosure
cinfrontation
what are non theraputic techniques
asking personnal questions
giving personal opinions
automatic responses
false reassurances
sympathy
asking for explaninations
defensive responses
passive or aggressive responses
arguing
whats the highest rate of suicide age group
65 and older