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Samurai warriors suicide for honor

What does the term mean (from feudal Japanese society): Seppuku?

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Sati dying during husband creamtion

What does the term mean (from past Indian society): Suttee? Or Sati?

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he forced followers to drink poison

What happened in the Jim Jones mass suicide on 11/20/78

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there is nowhere to turn and nothing good can be achieved

What is Fatalistic Suicide?

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Michelle

Explain how ambivalence is an important facet of suicidal ideation.

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unbearable mental pain due to needs not being met

Explain what Schneidman meant when he said “suicide is caused by psych-ache.”

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Depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar, or another mood disorder (DABS)

Most suicides are the outcome of a disease in the brain.” List the diseases. DABS

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low level seratonin or its neurotransmitter possibly = suicidal

Regarding the role of biologic factors in suicide, what is the role of 5-HIAA?

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end their live to escape

Suicide escape

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no longer wishes to continue. want to solve a problem

Cry for help suicide

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person hastens thier demise

Subintentional & Chronic suicide

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Native Americans: Cultural disruption and stress due to being forced onto reservations. African American: consider suicide weak

Explain how each of the following is a risk factor in suicide: culture/race

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individual person

Explain how each of the following is a risk factor in suicide

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Exposure worsens problems

Explain the suicide risk for soldiers.

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suicide, war

In 2012 there were more deaths from ______ than from ____

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Family problems, substance abuse, social disruption, psychiatric diagnosis, and interpersonal conflict FISSP

list any five of the risk factors in youthful suicide. FISSP

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one person’s suicide triggers another

What are Cluster Suicides?

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Suicide pacts between strangers who meet on internet

What is “Net Suicide”?

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Difficulties in career or marriage. An accumulation of negative life events, affective disorders and alcoholism

Contrast the reasons for suicide among the following age groups:Middle age adults

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divorced or widowed, living alone and psychiatric or physical illness

Contrast the reasons for suicide among the following age groups:Older adults

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Tell the whole story

Suicide notes provide clues about the intentions and emotions that lead a person to suicide; but they rarely_____

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Jewish tradition, lives are measured by their deeds and whether they’ve lived to their potential. They believe in a heaven and a hell and ghosts that enter through dreams

Summarize any one of the religious beliefs about death.

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Face the idea of death

you realize seperation from body

Calmness, enter tunnel

Light calls you, flashbacks start

Someone greets you, but it's not your time

Regarding Near Death Experience (NDE):Give a full description listing EACH step.:

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sense of what is important in life

What did Kenneth Ring find in regard to life changes in people who experienced a NDE?:

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No

Do all people who have a NDE experience all of the stages?

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news of their death, departs body, encounters someone, and returns to body

List the four core elements of NDE’s.

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images sounds. purification/incomplete

Describe the so-called hellish NDE’s and possible reasons.

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Drugs: visions could be side effect of medication

Cerebral anoxia: oxygen deprivation

False sight: hallucinations

On this page are listed ten theories of an NDE. Explain any thre

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finding scientific proof of life after death is unthinkable.

Raymond Moody, who coined the term Near-Death Experience (and who wrote the first book on it in 1975) said what about the scientific proof of NDE’s?

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Assistance given to survivors of suicide and family members

What is Postvention in suicide?

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Giving away possessions, sudden or extreme changes in eating and sleeping, withdrawal from friends and family, changes in school or job performance, use of drugs or alcohol, personality changes

List 6 warning signs.

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excuse failure to respond

An important myth is: “People who talk about suicide don’t actual do it.” Explain.

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suicide, combat

In 2012 there were more deaths from _____ than from _______

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individual and society is shattered

No degree of Social Regulation (Anomic)

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person has social connectedness their personal identity is diminished

High degree of Social Integration (Altruistic)

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too few ties with community and becomes dependant on their own

Low degree of Social Integration (Egoistic)

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subject 's mental state prior to death

What is a Psychological Autopsy?

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engage in criminal actions that police kill them

Explain “suicide by cop.”

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evidence the accident was suicide

Explain how a death that may actually have been a suicide was called a: Auto accident (called "autocide)

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crime

Discuss objections to the word “commit” as in “commit suicide.”

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38,000

Over _________ people die by suicide every year in the U.S.

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Addiction: drug seeking behavior occurs Physical dependence: abstinence syndrome after patient stops

What is the difference between addiction & physical dependence?

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professionals misunderstanding about opioid prevent patients from pain control

What is the not-so-good news about pain management?

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not difficult to assess and treat physicians are paying more attention

What is the good news about pain management?

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Morphine

What drug is most commonly associated with advanced disease?

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90% become pain free

When the stepwise method is used, how effective is it in stopping pain?

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low risk medication first, and then harder drugsif the first or second level doesn’t work

How is pain medication managed in a stepwise fashion?

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Acute pain is an essential biological signal of the potential for or the extent of injury. Chronic pain is defined as paint that is persistent for longer than 3-6 months

Explain the difference between acute and chronic pain

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positive response to a treatment that a person believes to be an effective therapy.

How does a Placebo work?

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Meditation, imagery, music and art therapy, reflexology, bioenergetics, massage therapy, chiropractic treatment and acupuncture

Be able to list any 8 of the 21 Alternative Therapies listed on this page.

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Chemotherapy works by blocking metabolic processes involved in cellular division. They damage healthy and cancerous tissue. Side effects include: hair loss, nausea, sleeplessness, problems with eating and digestion, mouth sores, ulceration and bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract

Chemotherapy

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Radiation affects both normal and cancerous tissues, cancer cells are damaged more seriously because they grow faster than normal cells.Patients usually have several appointments over a period of several months Side effects include nausea, vomiting, tiredness, and general weakness

Radiation therapy

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Surgery involves removing not only the malignant organ or tissues, but also adjacent healthy tissue. Common side effects and reactions include a feeling of violation of the body, disfigurement, disability or loss of bodily function.

Surgery

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temporary disappearance of cancer

Remission

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potential to be lethal

Malignant

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clusters of lymphocytes through which the tissue fluids drain upon returning to the blood circulation

Lymph Nodes

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cancer of the blood cells

Leukemia

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blue appearance of the skin, lips, or fingernails as result of low oxygen content of circulating blood

Cyanotic

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removal of a small portion of tissue for a diagnosis

Biposy

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diseased cells travel in the blood or lymphatic system

What is Metastasis

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invading adjacent tissues or metastasis

How do cancerous cells reproduce?

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support or hope

What can doctors provide for their dying patients?

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positive well being making new ones attainable

Explain each of the coping strategies in coping with a terminal illness: meaning focused

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managing. info about diagnosis

Explain each of the coping strategies in coping with a terminal illness:Problem-focused

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escaping the impact by reframing

Explain each of the coping strategies in coping with a terminal illness:Emotion-focused

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Hope changes over time

Explain how hope changes during a terminal illness.

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Denial: Avoiding the topic or facing the diagnosis Anger: Masking the anxiety about the encounter with serious illness and its meaning. Bargaining: Attempting to strike a deal with god with fate Depression: A feeling of profound loss Acceptance: Facing one’s mortality in a manner that is essentially positive

Explain how a person may experience each of Elisabeth Kubler Ross' stages of loss in response to a terminal illness.Make sure you list and explain all five stages.

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acknowledged

Explain the different levels of awareness in dying people: Open

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Participants avoid communication

Explain the different levels of awareness in dying people: Mutual Pretense

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suspects, but not verified

Explain the different levels of awareness in dying people: Suspected

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not aware

Explain the different levels of awareness in dying people: Closed

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would've could've should've

How is magical thinking used by a person who has cancer?

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self blame

Death causation guilt

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Not enough while they were ill

Illness related guilt

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not grieving right

Grief guilt

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911

Survivor guilt

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guilt about moving on

Moving on guilt

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Not good enough

Role guilt

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Educate, write letter, ask what it would take to forgive self, best friend approach and chat with dead

What to do if you feel guilt

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Non profit, cheap funerals.

People's memorial association

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single, side by side, double decker

Types of plots

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Dig hole, casket, dirt top

Opening and closing

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fountain, view, sculpture

Feature

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Concrete box around coffin

Liner

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Steel reinforced box

Vault

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Set aside money where interest upkeeps cemetery

Endowment care

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Music, religious, life video, cremation, videotaping, donation, viewing, hearse

Decisions in a funeral

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Temp around 2,000, bones are left, can't litter, cremation takes place in cremetory, oven is called retort, illegal in WA up until 1980 to scatter

Cremation facts

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Wooden, steel gasketed, cloth covered and precious metal

Types of caskets

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Touch, reources, say name, share story, check on them, remmeber important dates. APTBIP= allow person to be in pain

Help a person in grief

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Talk to dead, touch, write letter, prayers, wash body, hair, visit body

What to do after someone dies

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Sleeps more, less social, changes in breathing, death rattle, heart rate, blood pressure

Signs of dying

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No standing tombstones

Memorial park

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Building shelves in wall

Mausoleum

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Crypts

Mausoleum shelves

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Wall with small shelves that contain urns

Columnbariums

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Niches

Shelves in columnbarium

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Own mauseoleum

Private estate

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Does creamtion, and take it to sea

Neptune society

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Freeze body when they can bring it back

Cryonics

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