On the surface finding peace is nothing more than therapy on death, publication discovering how death effects many individuals, it first appeared in "YOU CANNOT DIE ALONE" Santa Monica hotel in 1994, it was written by Kenneth Kramer, who was a emeritus professor from San Jose State University, the key points include: impacted on family, psychological and physiological triumphs and treatments to gain a more thorough understanding of this complex. Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross was a skilled psychiatrist physician in which she was helping her dying patients to be recognized. She talks about the stages of what might happen after death, the spirituality of the four quadrants, suicide, and the process of grieving for your loved ones.
When you lose someone close, it creates a strong impacted when causes stress and anxiety, especially for instance, when you're at a funeral home the feeling of brokenness and pain seeing someone that you knew lying in a casket. Just walking into the building of the funeral home gives you chills with the fear of knowing that someone you loved is beyond those walls. One of the hardest parts is kneeling besides the open box saying the final goodbyes, besides looking at all the memories of photos that were placed throughout the main room.
The pressure in your chest builds up and causing you to tear from all of the despair rushing out. Many ways of closure may be accomplished by grasping upon a family member to release the pressure built inside ones stressed out body. Being able to have relief in this situation may bring down the stress level in many people. However, some become angry, lose control and in some rare occurrence violence may appear physically. On the other hand, some individuals don't require any treatments to begin with, they have a natural knowledge of someone passing on, or knew that their time was coming closer to an end and therefore prepared for this outcome.
Its hard to control yourself with the emotions releasing from you. The...