Objectives:

To recognize losses commonly associated with alcohol/drug use
To learn constructive ways to deal with loss

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* 1. Enter you Nursing License Information 

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* 2. Loss of a loved one through separation or divorce, loss of health and loss of self-esteem, are all losses:

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* 3. Before recovery, negative feelings such as sadness, anxiety, anger or unhappiness were medicated by drugs or alcohol. In recovery:

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* 4. Relationships, physical health, employment, credibility and ability to practice are:

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* 5. Identifying areas of loss and learning ways to move through it are best done with:

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* 6. Talking about our losses and the associated feelings, thoughts, urges and actions:

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* 7. All of the following can help when dealing with losses EXCEPT:

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* 8. In addition to sharing feelings about losses in meetings, with a sponsor and/or with a trusted friend, the following may be necessary:

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* 9. Grieving loss is a learning process and we do not have to do it perfectly. We may move two steps forward and one back. It is important to remember:

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* 10. When we are in recovery:

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* 11. Knowing that we can survive the pain of loss without resorting to old ways of relieving pain, is helped by:

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