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Depression

Depression: Warm up #5Name some signs and symptoms of depression.Do you think depression is more common in men or women? Why?What is the difference between grief and depression?When is being depressed a normal reaction and when is it truly major depression?DepressionFEELINGS OF SADNESS, HOPELESSNESS, AND DISPAIR THAT PERSIST AND INTERFERE WITH A Individuals ABILITY TO FUNCTIONSigns of Depression:Changes in sleeping pattersChanges in eating patternsInability to concentrateLoss of interest in everyday activitiesWithdrawal from family or friendsAggressive or destructive behaviorDeath themes in artwork, written work, or speech

VocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveVocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveAn identifying mark or characteristic

VocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveAn identifying mark or characteristicHarming oneself physically usually with knife or other sharp object in hopes of relieving mental pain

VocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveAn identifying mark or characteristicHarming oneself physically usually with knife or other sharp object in hopes of relieving mental painOver excitement from mental/physical hyperactivity, disorganization of behavior and elevation of mood

VocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveAn identifying mark or characteristicHarming oneself physically usually with knife or other sharp object in hopes of relieving mental painOver excitement from mental/physical hyperactivity, disorganization of behavior and elevation of moodPsychological disorders of mood. Characterized by alternating episodes of depression and mania

VocabularyStigmaCuttingManicBipolarcompulsiveAn identifying mark or characteristicHarming oneself physically usually with knife or other sharp object in hopes of relieving mental painOver excitement from mental/physical hyperactivity, disorganization of behavior and elevation of moodPsychological disorders of mood. Characterized by alternating episodes of depression and maniaAn irresistible persistent impulse to perform and act

A.C.T. TechniqueAAcknowledge: That your friend has a problem and the symptoms are seriousCcare: Let them know that you care about them and want to help them Ttell: A trusted adult about your concerns

LossMost stressful loss one can experience: death of a loved oneOther losses include:Loss of sporting competitionPetJobMoving awayDivorce/break up

The degree of emotion experienced following a death depends on a variety of factors including:Relationship with the personThe cause of deathIf the death was expected or the duration of any preceding illnessOnes personal beliefs about life and death

LOSSName some feelings you may experience in Reactions to a loss

LOSSName some feelings you may experience in Reactions to a loss

Are these normal or negative emotions?

DenialSadnessangerFearConfusionreliefGuiltInsecurityhelplessness5 Stages of grieving processDenialAnger BargainingDepressionAcceptance

Grief Foldable:1)

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3) Cut to make 5 flaps Make your fold of to the side so you have a flag on the side to write on.Cut along the dotted linesGrieving ProcessDENIALANGERBARGANINGDEPRESSIONACCEPTANCELabel the flaps:Write the following on the inside of each flaP:DenialWrite 3 feelings/emotions that you might experience when going through the denial stage (i.e. Disbelief)Answer the question: What might cause feelings of Denial?Anger Write 3 feelings/emotions that you might experience when going through the anger stage (i.e. Mad)List some actions that this stage might cause somebody to do.Bargaining Write 3 feelings/emotions that you might experience when going through the bargaining stage (i.e. Desperate)Think of and write an example of the Bargaining stage.Depression Write 3 feelings/emotions that you might experience when going through the depression stage (i.e. Hopelessness)List some ways somebody could get help when experiencing this stage in the grieving process.Acceptance Answer the following questions:Does reaching the acceptance stage mean you forget?Explain why or why not?

Exit TicketHave you or do you know someone who has experienced a significant loss?Describe what happened. How did you (or the person) react?Did you (or the person) reach the acceptance stage?Why or why not? If not, what can you do to help reach the acceptance stage?Does reaching the acceptance stage mean you have forgotten about this person?17