DBT
Greif
Grief: Styles and Models
Cognitive Distortions
Sud
100

What is "checking the facts"

When trying to understand your emotions, viewing what is true about the situation. 

100

The goal of grief is:

A. Moving on

b. Wallow in misery

c. Acceptance

d. Catharsis

c. Acceptance

100

What is "Integrated Greif"?


Daily Double!

The lifelong part of grief, where acceptance is completed and you've learned to live life with the loss. 

100

What is "Filtering"?

Focusing on only the negatives or positives of a situation.

100

What percent of back market pills contain lethal amounts of fentanyl?

40%

200

What are some of the opposite actions for anger?

Engaging in kindness

Not being confrontational

Leaving the situation. 

changing body posture to be less aggressive. 

200

Substance use is common to fall back on for people who are grieving.

Why is that? And why does it not end up working?

It is a quick way to escape the emotional situation.

The pain will still remain when the person inevitably comes down from their high, and they will need to go back into it to continue to avoid the emotion, or face it.

200

What is "Acute Greif"

The Intense symptoms of shock, sadness, distress, apatite loss, depression and other symptoms in the immediate aftermath of the loss. 

200

What is "The Shoulds"?

Hard rules that are used to shame ourselves or others for not following, with no thought to the nuance or feasibility of doing so.

200

Which country is the number one producer of fentanyl?

China

300

Which of the following is not a situation where anger fits the facts?

a. Someone is stalling or delaying a line your in. 

b. Someone asks a question about a personal topic

c. A family member is critical of your faith. 

B. Someone asks a question about a personal topic. 


300

How can you prevent relapse during the grieving process?

  • Give yourself permission to grieve.  This means allowing your self to feel all your emotions without numbing them away.

  • Stick to your program.   Continue your recovery habits; go to meetings, do your treatment work, continue with meditations and readings etc..

  • Spend time with others.  Regular contact will keep you health

  • Avoid risky or triggering situations.  Know that you are very vulnerable and should be extra cautious.

300

What is "Complicated Greif"?

Acute Greif that has lasted for years without resolution or progress, usually involving guilt with the idea of moving forward. 

300

What is the fallacy of "change"?

That your happiness or success relies on other people changing. 

300

Columbia is the number one producer of cocaine, what country is number 2?

Peru

400

Intensity and duration of an emotion are justified by three things:

1.

2.

3.

Name 2

1. How likely the outcome is

2. How important or great the outcomes are.

3. How effective is the emotion in your life now?

400

What are the five stages of greif?

Denial

Anger

Bargaining

Depression

Acceptance

400

What is instrumental grief and what is intuitive Greif?

Instrumental Greif is "Thinking part" of Greif. 

(Planning a funeral, how and the why of the loss)

Intuitive Greif is the "feeling part" of Greif

(Emotional response to the loss)

400

Heavens reward Fallacy. 

WE KEEP TALLY OF THINGS THAT WE DO, AND FEEL THAT THE REWARD SHOULD COME; I.E.. KARMA.

400

Which religion completely bans the drinking of alcohol?

Islam

500

When completing the exercise on Monday, what was important to do when thinking about what the catastrophic scenario is?

What does it look like when you handle the catastrophe well. 

500

What is the difference between the idea of "moving on" from loss and "Moving forward" with loss?

Moving forward means to live your life accepting the loss you have occurred without smothering or burying the relationship you had with it. 

500

What are three of the four tasks of mourning?

1. Accepting the reality of the loss

2. Processing the pain of the grief

3. Adjusting to the world without the deceased

4. Finding a way to remember the deceased as you move forward in life. 

500

How can cognitive distortions effect attempts at sobriety. 

You may end up justifying use through using one of them, or leave yourself in a more vulnerable position. 

500
In 1839 and 1842, Great Briton went to war with china to gain the ability to sell what drug to there people?

Opium, in the opium wars. 

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