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Roger and Becky are divorcing. Even after the decision is made they try to convince themse

Roger and Becky are divorcing. Even after the decision is made they try to convince themselves that the state of their marriage isn’t all that bad, that nobody is perfect, and that things would be worse if they separate. According to Kübler-Ross, they are in the following stage of grief:

a.numbness and shock.

b.rationalization.

  1.                 denial.
  2.                reaction formation.

 

 

32.Which of the following is not a common myth about suicide?

a.Suicide often takes place with little or no warning.

b.People who talk about committing suicide will not do it.

c.A sudden need to get one’s life in order is a sign that a person may be at risk for suicide.

d.People who are suicidal remain so forever.

 

 

33._____________________are designed to protect the self-determination of people who have reached a point in their illness when they are not able to make decisions on their own about their care.

a.Advance directives

b.Self-determination agreements

c.HIPAA documents

d.Medical records

 

 

34.Who made the comment “Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new” during a commencement address?

a.Bill Gates

b.Bill Clinton

c.Steve Jobs

d.Barack Obama

e.Al Gore

 

 

35.  Wolfert’s (2003) model of understanding grief includes 10 ___________________ that can be used to navigate through the process of grief and bereavement.

  1.                 touchstones
  2.                trail markers
  3.                 wisdom teachings

d.    all of the above

 

 

36.Corey and Corey suggest a way of taking stock of your life by

a.identifying people you resent and letting them know about the feelings you have been harboring.

b.exaggerating your accomplishments and ignoring your failures.

  1.                 imagining your own death, including the details of the funeral and the things people might say about you.
  2.                reframing all of the negative thoughts you have about yourself in a positive light.

 

 

37. Which of the following theorists made this comment: “Life has inevitable suffering as well as pleasure. By realistically thinking, feeling, and acting to enjoy what you can, and unangrily and unwhiningly accepting painful aspects that cannot be changed—you open yourself to much joy”?

  1.                 Albert Bandura
  2.                Albert Ellis
  3.                 Arnold Lazarus
  4.                Aaron Beck

 

 

38. Which of the following statements is not true about the concept of death anxiety?

  1.                 Yalom believes that for most clients, it is not an issue of major concern.
  2.                The wish to survive and the dread of annihilation are always present.
  3.                 It can teach us as much about living as dying.
  4.                Milestones such as estate planning and college reunions can evoke a range of feelings in us about how fast life is going by and can encourage us to reflect on the choices we want to make for the rest of our lives.

 

 

39. Which theorist made the following statement about death anxiety? “It’s not easy to live every moment wholly aware of death. It’s like trying to stare at the sun in the face: you can stand only so much of it. Because we cannot live frozen in fear, we generate methods to soften death’s terror.”

  1.                 Albert Bandura
  2.                Albert Ellis
  3.                 Irvin Yalom
  4.                William Glasser

 

 

40. What do experiences such as school and college reunions, estate planning and making a will, and significant birthdays and anniversaries have in common?

  1.                 They are milestones that can evoke a range of feelings in us about how fast life is going by and can encourage us to reflect on the choices we want to make for the rest of our life.
  2.                They have nothing in common.
  3.                 They tend to be positive and productive.
  4.                They provide people with an opportunity to reconnect with people.

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