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So what’s up?<br />
So What New?<br />Are we getting back to business as usual?<br />
Ahhhhh hell no!<br />We need to address what happened!<br />
Our objective<br />SWBAT understand the 5 stages of grief and explore healthy and unhealthy ways of dealing with our emoti...
In teacher school…<br />You need to feel safe!<br />You need to cope!<br />You need to understand!<br />
Do you feel SAFE?<br />How do we deal with what happened?<br />How do we deal with what we feel?<br />What are we feeling?...
Lets talk about how/what you might be feeling<br />
Its natural to feel:<br />Scared<br />Sad <br />Upset<br />Worried<br />Angry<br />Dethatched<br />Nervous<br />Anxious<br...
5 stages of grief<br />Denial<br />Anger<br />Bargaining<br />Depression/sadness<br />Acceptance <br />
Denial<br />conscious or unconscious<br />refusal to accept facts,<br />information, reality, etc., <br />relating to the ...
Denial<br />It's a defense mechanism <br />perfectly natural<br />Some people can become locked in this stage when dealing...
Anger<br />can manifest in different ways. <br />can be angry with themselves<br />and/or with others<br />especially thos...
Bargaining<br />Bargain with God<br />People facing less serious trauma can bargain or seek to negotiate a compromise. <br...
Depression/sadness<br />It's natural to feel sadness and regret, fear, uncertainty, etc. <br />It shows that the person ha...
Acceptance<br />this stage definitely varies according to the person's situation<br />although broadly it is an indication...
So now that we can being to understand…<br />How and what we are feeling<br />We can begin to cope <br />
What is coping?<br />The thoughts and actions we use to deal with trauma or stress<br />
How does your age group usually cope?<br />Adolescence (Ages Thirteen to Nineteen)<br />may have a need to feel “strong”, ...
may hide their emotions of grief by engaging in risk-taking<br />behaviors<br />– such as reckless driving<br />– alcohol ...
may be reluctant (or unable) to express their feelings with others<br />– sadness<br />– loneliness<br />– confusion<br />...
may become more easily distracted<br />experience sleeping and eating disturbances<br />perform better or worse in school<...
So how did/am I dealing?<br />Let me tell you what I experienced<br />I left<br />Broke down<br />Went to see my cuzzo @ f...
What's unhealthy?<br />Drugs<br />food<br />Sex<br />Fighting<br />Yelling<br />Alcohol<br />Vandalism<br />Ignoring<br />...
What is healthy<br />Talking to someone you trust<br />Talking to someone you don’t know<br />Writing in a journal<br />Wo...
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  1. 1. So what’s up?<br />
  2. 2. So What New?<br />Are we getting back to business as usual?<br />
  3. 3. Ahhhhh hell no!<br />We need to address what happened!<br />
  4. 4. Our objective<br />SWBAT understand the 5 stages of grief and explore healthy and unhealthy ways of dealing with our emotions<br />SWBAT put a voice on how their feeling anonymously <br />SWBAT connect with other students/emotions <br />
  5. 5. In teacher school…<br />You need to feel safe!<br />You need to cope!<br />You need to understand!<br />
  6. 6. Do you feel SAFE?<br />How do we deal with what happened?<br />How do we deal with what we feel?<br />What are we feeling?<br />
  7. 7. Lets talk about how/what you might be feeling<br />
  8. 8. Its natural to feel:<br />Scared<br />Sad <br />Upset<br />Worried<br />Angry<br />Dethatched<br />Nervous<br />Anxious<br />Consumed <br />
  9. 9. 5 stages of grief<br />Denial<br />Anger<br />Bargaining<br />Depression/sadness<br />Acceptance <br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11. Denial<br />conscious or unconscious<br />refusal to accept facts,<br />information, reality, etc., <br />relating to the situation concerned. <br />
  12. 12. Denial<br />It's a defense mechanism <br />perfectly natural<br />Some people can become locked in this stage when dealing with a traumatic change that can be ignored. <br />
  13. 13. Anger<br />can manifest in different ways. <br />can be angry with themselves<br />and/or with others<br />especially those close to them.<br />
  14. 14. Bargaining<br />Bargain with God<br />People facing less serious trauma can bargain or seek to negotiate a compromise. <br />For example "Can we still be friends?.." when facing a break-up. Bargaining rarely provides a sustainable solution, especially if it's a matter of life or death. <br />
  15. 15. Depression/sadness<br />It's natural to feel sadness and regret, fear, uncertainty, etc. <br />It shows that the person has at least begun to accept the reality<br />We can begin to deal with the issue<br />
  16. 16. Acceptance<br />this stage definitely varies according to the person's situation<br />although broadly it is an indication that there is some emotional detachment and objectivity<br />Usually the last stage<br />We can begin to move on<br />
  17. 17. So now that we can being to understand…<br />How and what we are feeling<br />We can begin to cope <br />
  18. 18. What is coping?<br />The thoughts and actions we use to deal with trauma or stress<br />
  19. 19. How does your age group usually cope?<br />Adolescence (Ages Thirteen to Nineteen)<br />may have a need to feel “strong”, in control of their emotions <br />“indistinguishable” from their friends<br />
  20. 20. may hide their emotions of grief by engaging in risk-taking<br />behaviors<br />– such as reckless driving<br />– alcohol and drug use<br />– sexual promiscuity<br />– defiance of authority.<br />
  21. 21. may be reluctant (or unable) to express their feelings with others<br />– sadness<br />– loneliness<br />– confusion<br />– fear<br />– guilt<br />– anxiety.<br />
  22. 22. may become more easily distracted<br />experience sleeping and eating disturbances<br />perform better or worse in school<br />display strong emotional mood changes<br />like adults, adolescents may have difficulty coping the loss for<br />
  23. 23. So how did/am I dealing?<br />Let me tell you what I experienced<br />I left<br />Broke down<br />Went to see my cuzzo @ fleming<br />Really wanted to go to the gym!<br />Consumed all evening<br />Mixed feelings<br />Didn’t want to talk<br />Felt angry when not addressed<br />
  24. 24. What's unhealthy?<br />Drugs<br />food<br />Sex<br />Fighting<br />Yelling<br />Alcohol<br />Vandalism<br />Ignoring<br />Wreck less behavior<br />Retaliation<br />These ways don’t make you feel better! They're like putting a Band-Aid on a broken leg<br />
  25. 25. What is healthy<br />Talking to someone you trust<br />Talking to someone you don’t know<br />Writing in a journal<br />Working out<br />Hearing the stories of others<br />Connecting with others who have also shared your experience<br />I know this from experience! I always feel better after talking to my BFF! Sushi therapy!<br />
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