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Effects of Sudden, Traumatic Death ***** a Family Member on Other ***** Members

***** looks at the effects of sudden, traumatic death of a family member ***** the rest of the family, noting that under these circumstances the process ***** grief and bereavement is more complicated. She looks at the factors ***** make such an experience more difficult to cope with than the ***** of a loved one under less trying circumstances.

She notes that when a loved one dies in a sudden and traumatic way, the family is left in shock ***** chaos, and that ***** deaths present therapeutic difficulties. Because of the ***** surrounding ***** death, she calls the ***** *****s "co-victims." Although those who have experienced the loss realize that others have suffered losses too, the circumstances of their loss sets ***** experiences somewhat apart from grief friends may have experienced. This can leave surviving families feeling quite alone. The authors give examples, such as the widow of a minister who told his wife he w*****s going to t***** park, but who instead jumped off a bridge to his death. She gives specific examples of the kind ***** extra obstacles such people have to overcome as they learn to come ***** grips with their ***** and loss under complex circumstances.

***** notes that losing a ***** one under ***** circumst*****nces ***** be ***** by the beliefs ***** ***** hold. For instance, friends may think that after a cert*****in period of time a person should be "done grieving," but ***** sudden and traumatic ***** takes longer to come to grips *****.

She emphasizes that grief is not a short, ***** event, but a process with stages ***** something loved ones must work through. The best conclusion for grief is to remember ***** lost loved one, ***** ***** with the changes brought the family by ***** or her lost, and to find new ways ***** lead a fulfilling life after the loss.

Imperio ***** at steps medical doctors might take to help prevent suicide. The author notes ***** suicide is a m*****jor health issue in the United States, and that while 30,000 thousand successfully complete suicide every year ***** this country, another 650,000 people attempt it. Suicide is a serious public health issue. ***** of this, the Surgeon General, David Satcher has spoken out about the importance ***** identifying those at risk of suicide so effective interventions can be used, emphasizing th***** early detection is important.

***** ***** that while research has been done on ***** those

With suicidal tendencies, ***** ***** has been d*****e regarding what are the most effective treatment regimes of such people. Because of th*****, psychiatrists and *****rapists don't really know which ********** are most effective, or under what circumstances ***** ***** whom they should be used. Until there is more empirical evidence, Imperio suggests that therapists and psychiatrists look closely at ***** they're doing with each patient or client to assess how well it is w*****king.

The author notes that some headway ***** been

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