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Ever since organ donation became a way of saving lives there has been a shortage of organ donators Attempts are being made to solve the organ donor shortage by meeting the bereaved familys needs Aspects of the grieving process are considered in attempts to reconcile the need of donated organs and lessen the trauma to the family of asking for the organ donation Factors that influence the experience of grief for the family are examined in an attempt to lessen the pain Many factors affect how bereaved individuals will respond to a loss The loss is not always immediate since some patients may linger on for hours or days It is also hard for the family if their love one is brain dead because it is difficult to consider it the same as death Physical and psychological factors were looked at These two factors determine a persons reaction to the loss and role-played in the morning process These issues were addressed in detail in an attempt to understand what stage of the morning processes the person is in The relationship of the deceased person to the bereaved member is an important factor in determining what impact the patients death will have The loss of a child may so grieve parents that they inadvertently ignore surviving children Men also are easily overlooked in the grieving process because they generally are more reluctant to express their feelings publicly and may not receive the support they need It was clearly stated that just because people played similar roles did not mean they experienced the same feelings of grief If the circumstances of the death were violent it was more painful for the bereaved family members to comprehend its reality The same exists
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