tom XXII / numer 1Karolina Ludwikowska, Stanisława Steuden, Radzenie sobie ze stratą i sposób doświadczania śmierci rodzica przez osoby dorosłe pochodzące z rodzin alkoholowych i niealkoholowych

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The aim of this study was to find the relationship between the parent’s
alcohol addiction and adult children’s perception of the grieving process. The study
involved 112 adult men and women (45 participants whose parent or both parents
were addicted and 67 people, whose parents were not addicted). An Inventory of
Daily Widowed Life (IDWL) by Caserta and Lund (Polish language version) was
used to study the dynamics of the process of coping with loss. Changes in the way
of experiencing the death of a parent were assessed by SDS inventory by Steuden
and Kurtyka. Perceived dynamics of process of coping and the way of experiencing
the death of a parent were compared between those groups. The results show that
people from alcoholic families do not differ significantly from the control group in
terms of perceived dynamics of the process of coping with loss. However, significantly
more people from alcoholic families (in comparison to the control group) are
still experiencing emptiness and abandonment (despite the passage of time). To
help this group in active search for support could reduce the negative emotions experienced
as a consequence of the death of a loved one.
Key words: grief, coping with loss, alcoholism in family

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Rocznik: 2017

Tom: XXII

Numer: 1

Tytuł: Radzenie sobie ze stratą i sposób doświadczania śmierci rodzica przez osoby dorosłe pochodzące z rodzin alkoholowych i niealkoholowych

Autorzy: Karolina Ludwikowska, Stanisława Steuden

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