Death in psychology




However, some observations L. Watson, regarding the death of psychology, individual or at least curious. Quoting the study of dying patients, made by E. Kyubler-Ross, Watson said the five stages of change attitudes to their own death. "The first reaction to the fatal disease usually is:" No, not me, it's not true. "Such an initial denial of death is very similar to the first climber desperate attempt to stop his fall. As soon as the patient is aware of the reality of events, his denial is replaced by anger or frustatsiey." Why do I, because I have so much to be done? "Sometimes, instead of this being the next stage of trying to deal with themselves and with others and gain more time to live. When the meaning of the disease is fully understood, a period of fear or depression. This stage is not analogues of emotions associated with sudden death, and probably occurs only in those situations when faced with the death of people have time for reflection... The final stage of the cycle, pre-onset of clinical death, Odinkovy as in the instant, and with a slow death. Should dying patients have enough time to cope with their fears and accept the inevitability of death, or receive adequate assistance from the others, they often begin to experience a state of calmness and tranquility. " Note, however, that this condition - the result of psychotherapy, but rather suggestible than natural. Indeed, to suggestion, to the interference of others or unwittingly Motivational mind and the body of a patient refused to accept the imminent death as natural. "Thus, - writes L. Watson - a process of dying, apparently, is an independent phase of human development with its own sequence of events, certain susceptible describe experiences and ways of behavior. The proof that these phases are not only among people who are dying as a result of accidents or illness, is the artificial vyzyvanie the same stages of dying have absolutely physically healthy people. The study of eighteen murderers on death row in Sing-Sing prison, found that the denial of death (by which frustrated many of the problems), followed by anger or fear, and finally (for those who have enough time), a quiet meditative detachment.

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