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Dealing With the Loss of a Loved One (Focus on Family by Sara L. Latta

By Sara L. Latta

The way to care for the behavioral, emotional, and actual alterations that can ensue after the demise of a family member.

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You may be faced with the challenge of enrolling in a new school, making new friends, or adapting to a new family—even as you’re grieving for your parents. Maintaining connections with your old life as you adapt to your new one will help. Try to stay in touch with your friends. Meet them for a movie or lunch, if your new home is close enough. Talk to your guardians about using the telephone, e-mail or instant messaging to stay in touch if you’ve moved far away from your friends. Keep things that remind you of your parents and your old home, such as pictures, a favorite quilt, or the clock that chimed on the mantel.

One-third of the survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing developed posttraumatic stress disorder How did you feel (PTSD), a condition often when you heard about the seen in veterans of the September 11th attacks— Vietnam War. Some of the even if you didn't know any most common symptoms of the victims? of PTSD are flashbacks, hallucinations, and frequent thoughts about the traumatic event, nightmares, intense anxiety, or angry outbursts. You feel as though the event is happening all over again, like a videotape that plays over and over again in your brain.

Depression – a mood or emotional state marked by sadness, inactivity, and a reduced ability to enjoy life. Embalming – the practice of disinfecting and temporarily preserving a corpse. Grief – a set of reactions when someone has experienced an important loss. Grief can take many different forms: strong emotions, bodily sensations, thought patterns and dreams, and behaviors. Mourning – the ways in which we learn to live with and find meaning in our loss. Post-traumatic stress disorder – an anxiety disorder that causes the sufferer to relive a trauma, to avoid situations similar to that trauma, and to be anxious and expectant of future traumatic events.

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