Chp 4: Death and Chronic Illness
- Brigham Young University
- Family Social Sciences
- Family Social Sciences 335
- Chp 4: Death and Chronic Illness
Last Modified: 2011-06-29
-social support networks can complicate and help with grieving
-after death others step in and fill the role of father/mother/caregiver/child creating ambiguity
-unsure of boundaries or role expectations for family and extended family and social.
2. actions/reactions of a family member affect functioning
3. death disrupts equilibrium
requires role reorganization
4. emotional shock wave: additional stresors
5. no single outcome of death thats typical of all systems
isolation, guilt, denial, grief
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