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Death and dying

The final stage of growth

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Terminal illness

Disease that cannot be cured and will result in death

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Five stages of dying

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance

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Denial

When a person cannot accept it

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Anger

When a person is no longer able to deny death

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Bargaining

Accepts death but wants more time, usually turns to religion

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Depression

Death is near and will no longer have time with their family

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Acceptance

Understands and accepts

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Needs

Lower need should be met before higher needs

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Safety

Needs to be free of anxiety or fear

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Sexuality

Ability to give and receive love

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Affection

A warm and tender feeling for another person

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Esteem

Feeling important and worthwhile. Show respect, approval, and appreciation

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Self actualization

Have obtained their full potential

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Meeting needs

Motivated, satisfaction , tension or frustration

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Satisfying human needs

Direct methods, hard work, realistic goals, situation evaluation, cooperation w/ others

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Indirect methods

Defense mechanism

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Rationalization

Using a reasonable excuse or acceptable explanation for behavior or avoid the real person

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Projection

Placing the blame on your own action on someone else

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Five major food groups

Grains, vegetable, fruits, milk, meats and beans

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Displacement

Transferring feelings about one person to someone else

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Compensation

Substitution of one goal to another to achieve success

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Daydreaming

This is a dreamlike thought process that occur when a person is awake

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Repression

Involves the transfer of unacceptable or painful ideas, feelings, and thoughts into the unconscious mind

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Suppression

Similar to repression, but the individual is aware of the unacceptable feeling or thought refuses to deal w/ them

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Denial

Disbelief of an event or idea is too frightening or shocked for a person to cope with

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Withdrawal

Individuals can either cease to communicate or remove themselves physically from a situation

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Essential nutrition

Chemical found in food as you use the chemical food replenishes it

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Vitamin A

Healthy eyes

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Vitamin D

Regulates calcium and phosphorous absorption and metabolism

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Vitamin E

Necessary for protection of cells and epithelial cells

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Vitamin K

Normal clotting of blood

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Therapeutic diets

Modifications to the normal diet and are used to improve specific health conditions usually for anorexia patients

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Liquid diets

Clear or all liquid diet only used for short periods of time

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Diabetic diet

Usually for patients w/ diabetes mellitus

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Sodium restricted diets-

Or low sodium diets frequently used for diabetic patients

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Bland diet

Does not irritate the digestive track

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Care that allows patient to die with dignity and comfort

Hospice

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Needs required to sustain life

Physiological

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Measurable physical changes that occurs throughout an individuals life

Growth

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Indirect method. Used to deal with needs

Defense mechanisms

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Uncomfortable inner sensation or feeling

Tension

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Psychological condition I which person alternates binges and the fasts

Bulimia

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Feeling of pleasure or fulfillment

Satifaction