We talk little about roulette, but we do have a decisive, if not positive, loss. Loss is a loss for all of us, so unfortunately we also have to face grief, which can carry a lot of hardship.
The psychology of cureIt is a combination of emotional, thinking, and behavioral features that influence loss, and is usually associated with the death of loved ones. On a smaller scale, however, it can make the difference between losing people we consider important for a longer period of time or even losing a home. In the following, despite the possibility of interpreting the concept too much, we talk about the fabric of a beloved person, apart from its cultural and historical differences.
Unique differences in the mourningThe course of healing shows many similarities in most cases, but in addition to the differences in intensity, individual differences may also occur, and complex (normal) healing can also occur. From this it seems that grief is always a unique process that is influenced - among others - by the gender of the healer, his age, the method of death and, of course, his relation to the lost person.
At first, it is important to distinguish between women and men's cures because sex differences are often the cause of family conflict explosions. Members of the mourning couple often do not understand why other mourners are just as mournful as they are. Women are generally more affected by guilt and sadness than men who experience more anger and anxiety during this period. This is related to the gender roles that put men in conflicting expectations; be strong and support their family members, but remember their expressions of feelings. This is often just as a result of the males mourning and trying to avoid talking about the deceased in society. Their family members often desperately need this, which can be a source of controversy or quarrel. This can bear the brunt of it, but with open and frank talk, the couple can relieve the tension that results from this difference. An image of a baby, but still of a young child, is radically different from that of adults. At a young age, the difference between the fatalities of death and the temporary loss of life cannot be grasped, so their reactions are different. One of the most common phenomena in this case is the emergence of a regression, a behavioral pattern characteristic of an earlier age, which occurs over a shorter or longer period.
In contrast to gender and age, the role of the emotional relationship to the deceased and the impact of the death method on mourning are well known. The value of cure is closely related to the depth of the affection, which can only be outweighed by the individual differences discussed above. Whether you are expecting a sudden death of a human being, and whether it is a natural or violent death of a dead person, influences healing. In an unexpected death, there is no time to awaken, so trust in the world and its predictability is ordered. This is especially true in the case of miscarriage, infant or infant death, because the death of children is even more unpredictable when possible. In addition to violent deaths and our belief in the world 's predictability, our belief in world' s security can also be destroyed, which makes our relatives more vulnerable.
The process of woe
Because the man and the woman heal
For a fish, most people respond with immediate denial and much more, which also has an organic part in the sense of anger and freezing, the weight, the hardships, the infidelity, the infidelity. The period of shock is relatively short, from a few minutes to a couple of days, and is followed by the so-called controlled period, which usually begins with awareness of the fish.
In every society, the death of a person requires certain ritual and formal activities that the healer must perform. First of all, you face the fact that you can do all this without the help of the deceased, which can be accompanied by inertia, loss of confidence. In some cases, the currency may seem sad, and cure may feel that it does not happen to her. This section usually lasts until the funeral, which is an important ritual, as it makes you aware of the divorce and allows you to express the deceased and share it with others.
After the funeral, the hardest part of mourning begins, when you have to face the fact that you get less and less support from another time, but you do not lose a person anymore. Among the bodily symptoms are the sensation of weakness and stomach collapse, thirst and suffocation, while behavior is dominated by dyspnea. Feelings often fluctuate, and in addition to anger, sadness, relief, loneliness, inertia, there is also a renewed sense of wakefulness and guilt over the death of the deceased. As a result, the intensity of relationships with others is also diminished, most regressing and impolite. However, the process of rebuilding is still taking place, which results in the recollection of self-remembered memories, which, in the end, can be reminiscent of the dead. At this point, the physical symptoms disappear and the sense of guilt disappears.