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Match the meanings in right column (A,B,C,D….) to the words in the left column (1.,2.,3.,4…)
Example: 1. Mourning – K public shared expression of a person’s, thoughts, behaviours, and emotions related to a death or loss, that is socially or culturally determined.
- Grief where stigma around the loss interferes with support for the bereaved person.
- Loss in which the death or loss is sudden and/or violent.
- A response to a death or loss that can be physical, emotional, spiritual or mental in nature, or any combination of these.
- The experience of constant loss while anticipating further losses.
- Postponing, replacing, minimizing, displacing of ways of not wanting or being able to cope with a death or loss.
- A bond of affection or loyalty to a person, place of thing.
- Response to an impending death or loss. May be due to a long-term or terminal illness.
- Unexpressed grief that shows up as physical symptoms in the body.
- Expresses grief through intense feelings with prolonged periods of confusion, inability to concentrate, disorganization and disorientation.
- Customs associated with death related losses that have bring people together and generate support.
- Public shared expression of a person’s thoughts, behaviours, and emotions related to a death or loss that is social or culturally determined.
- Sudden temporary upsurges of Grief.
- The capacity of individuals and groups to move forward wit hope, clarity, and effectiveness in the face of ongoing multiple loss, complex grief and organizational transitions.
- Thinking rather that feelings is more noticeable in this style of grieving.