Bereavement. Sadness Anger Guilt & self-reproach Anxiety Loneliness Fatigue. Helplessness Shock Yearning Emancipation Relief Numbness. Feelings. All the above represent normal grief feelings and there is nothing pathological about any one of them.
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Guilt & self-reproach
Sleep disturbance nothing pathological about any one of them.
Dreams of the deceased
Avoiding reminders of the deceased
Searching & calling out
Visiting places or carrying objects that remind the survivor of the deceased
Treasuring objects that belonged to the deceasedBehaviors
Principle One: Help the survivor actualize the loss
Principle Two: Help the survivor to identify and express feeling
Principle Three: Assist Living Without the Deceased
Principle Four: Facilitate Emotional Relocation of the Deceased
Principle Five: Provide time to grieve
Principle Six: Interpret “normal” behavior
Principle Seven: Allow for individual differences
Principle Eight: Provide continuing support
Principle Nine: Examine defense & coping styles
Principle Ten: Identify pathology and refer
- Widow in her 60s