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Grief - Dealing with Tragedy, Trauma, & Terror

How do characters in tragedies (such as Romeo and Juliet) or in traumatic events deal with anxiety and grief?
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David N Chung

on 22 October 2013

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Transcript of Grief - Dealing with Tragedy, Trauma, & Terror

Grief
the
5
stages of grief
thinkthriveabound.blogspot.com
dnchung@pylusd.org
Source:
ELISABETH KÜBLER-ROSS
WEBMD.COM
DAVID KESSLER
Swiss American Psychiatrist
On Death and Dying
Author, Thanatologist
On Grief and Grieving
Grief?
What is
Key Characteristics:
loss
natural
response
to
separation
loss
death
departure
major change
mental health
ness
drowning in...
lessness
lessness
lessness
Healthy
Coping Skills
daily
-responsibilities
-living
acknowledge
allow
find
grief
time
support
help
hope
sad
worth
Grief
Acknowledge
Denial
Anger
Bargaining
Depression
Acceptance
accepting
reality
Denial
everything
is
meaningless
overwhelming
shocking
numbing
nature’s way of
as we can
letting in
handle.
only as much
Anger
necessary
for
healing
NO Limits
extends to...
-family
-friends
-yourself
-your lost loved one
Anger
pain
grief...
"lost at sea"
connection
"them"
family, friends, others...
intensity of your love
to anything
no
Bargaining
What if...?
If only...
bargaining
=
guilt
remain in the
past
Depression
emptiness
a reality
move to the
present
grief
deeper
fog
intense
a
d
n
e
s
s
of
why go on?
withdrawal
natural versus
un
natural
-to be fixed
-snap out of it!
normal
necessary
grief
process
of
healing
acceptance
recognition
versus
denial
readjust
reorganize
re-assign
ADAPT
Obstacles
-Avoiding emotions
-Compulsive behaviors
-Minimizing feelings
-Overworking
-Substance abuse
Allow
-confide in a trusted person
-express feelings openly
-support groups
-seek professional help
-emotional release
Key Questions:
What would cause someone tremendous
sorrow
?
Objectives:
-Understand the
5 Stages of Grief
-Consider how characters
from our recent stories
deal with grief from
tragedy,
trauma,
terror
or
Application
How did these characters deal with
grief?
What happens when someone DOES NOT grieve "properly"?
the
5
sta es
g
rief
of
-plenty time to experience
-both + and - feelings
Acknowledge
Find
Allow Time,
Experience, Release
Acknowledge
Pain, Loss,
Emotions
Find Support, Confidence,
Professional Help
wrong?
What went
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