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Author Roos, Susan.

Title Chronic Sorrow : a Living Loss
Edition 2nd ed
Published Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (157 pages)
Series Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement
Series in death, dying, and bereavement.
Contents Chronic Sorrow -- The Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- AuthorĂ¢#x80;#x99;s Foreword -- Series Foreword -- 1 Introduction -- Historical Overview of Disability -- References -- 2 What Is Chronic Sorrow? -- Grieving a Living Loss -- Chronic Sorrow as Normal Grieving -- Clinical Significance of Recognition -- Proposed Model of Chronic Sorrow -- References -- 3 Interpreting the Loss -- Subjectivity of the Loss -- Gender -- Self-Loss and Other-Loss -- Real Loss and Loss of Fantasies -- Hope -- References
10 Implications and Directions for ResearchReinterpretation of Existing Studies -- Independent Variables -- Other Independent Variables -- Dependent Variables -- References -- 11 Trends -- Reference -- Epilogue -- Avec Temps
4 Living with Chronic SorrowPersonal Accounts -- Indirect Accounts and Fiction -- Critical Stress Points -- Victimization -- Life Markers -- Triggers -- Attenuation of Affect -- References -- 5 Families, Loss, and Chronic Sorrow -- The Family Life Cycle -- Families and Chronic Sorrow -- Siblings -- Depleted Caregivers -- References -- 6 Existential Issues -- Disillusionment -- Aloneness -- Vulnerability -- Inequity -- Insignificance -- Past Temporal Orientation -- Mortality -- References -- 7 Complications -- Stress -- Guilt
IdentityLoss Spirals -- Symbiotic Enmeshment -- Disordered Intimacy and Attachment -- Anger -- Depression -- References -- 8 Professional Support and Treatment -- Professionals -- Emotional Granularity -- Desirable Attributes of the Therapist and Professional -- Basic Professional Skills -- Affect Modulation -- Embracing What Is -- It Is What It Is -- Re-Examination and Update of the Belief System -- Prevention of Maladaptive Coping Styles -- Hazards and Pitfalls -- References -- 9 Nursing and Chronic Sorrow, by Allison Zibulewsky -- References
Notes Print version record
Subject Bereavement.
Grief.
Loss
Bereavement.
Grief.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1351999206
9781351999205