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“Same – C”. Sleep. sleeping too much or not sleeping enough. Appetite. eating more or eating less. Mood. ups and downs in affect are expected. Energy. physical and emotional Fatigue is typical. Concentration. Focus can wane during a time like this. Grieving.

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sleep
Sleep

sleeping too much

or not sleeping enough

appetite
Appetite

eating more

or eating less

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Mood

ups and downs in affect

are expected

energy
Energy

physical and emotional

Fatigue is typical

concentration
Concentration

Focus can wane

during a time like this

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Grieving

Grieving usually follows this traumatic period and often coincides with the traumatic response. The grieving process is unique for each person and the loss that is experienced.

There is no time line.

The stages of grief are as follows:

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Stage 1 - Denial and

  • Avoidance
  • Characterized by disbelief, confusion and cognitive dissonance-how did this happen?
  • This stage often coincides with the first six weeks of the traumatic response and is typically characterized by the same symptoms -“SAME C”
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Stage 2 –

Confrontation

  • The reality of the loss begins to set in and feelings become more intense---anger, sadness, loss, confusion, abandonment.
  • Anger at this stage can surprise the person and it may get displaced---taking it out on others.
  • This is often the most intense stage of the grieving process and the student will continue to require academic consideration and support.
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Stage 3 –

Disorganization

  • Not quite being able to get it together, feeling restless over the loss of predictability and routine.
  • The student will continue to need support both academic and emotional.
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Stage 4 –

Accommodation

  • Coming to terms with the death, being more invested in life and daily routines.
  • Gradually the student will become a more active participant in her learning process.