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Grief impacts us holistically These five needs overlap Social Physical Cognitive Emotional Spiritual Coping with Loss and Grief Grieving is a common and natural reaction to any loss that brings on strong emotions ID: 634779 Download Presentation
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Death & Dying; Dealing with Loss and Grief
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Grieving is a common and natural reaction to any loss that brings on strong emotions.
Acknowledging and understanding your grief will help you begin the healing process. Slide4
What is Loss?
Losses may include:
Death of a loved one
Divorce or separation of parents
Moving to a new town or new school
Separation from a loved one
Loss or death of a petLoss or theft of something valuable or specialBreakup of a romantic relationship
Loss of jobLoss of a sporting competition
How we Cope with LossAn individual deals with all types of losses in a normal process.A broad range of emotions after a loss include:
SadnessConfusion and helplessness
Insecurity and fear
Eventually we reach the acceptance and resolution of the loss. However, some losses are hard to accept. The idea is to incorporate the loss, moving forward knowing the loss has happened and taking from it what we can.Slide5
The Grieving Process
-Ross noted that the grieving process includes
stages of grief.
A variety of reactions that may surface as an individual makes sense of how a loss affects him or her
Denial or Numbness
Stages of GriefSlide6
Positive Coping Strategies
Be patient. Each person will go through the grieving process at his or her own pace.
Talk to others.
Ask for help.
Keep up a normal routine.
Eat a healthy diet.Write in a journal.
Get plenty of rest.Exercise.Participate in enjoyable activities.Maintain friendships.
Do something nice for another person.Practice stress management techniques.Deep breathing.