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Morrie Schwartz
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 3, Grieving for Your Losses.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Schwartz refer to as the most surprising occurrence in beginning of his illness?
(a) Losing the ability to hear.
(b) Losing the ability to see.
(c) Losing the ability to swallow and speak.
(d) Losing the ability to walk.

2. Even though Schwartz is not able to dance when he hears music, he is described as still being able to ______.
(a) Sing along with the music.
(b) Play the guitar.
(c) Enjoy music.
(d) Play the piano.

3. Unresolved grief can turn good grief into what type of grief?
(a) Emotionless grief.
(b) Unhealthy grief.
(c) Ineffective grief.
(d) Bad grief.

4. According to Schwartz, what emotion results from being unable to act on an impulse to achieve an objective?
(a) Sadness.
(b) Anger.
(c) Hatred.
(d) Frustration.

5. Schwartz encourages friends and family to let the grieving person do what action in front of them?
(a) Cry.
(b) Sit in silence.
(c) Complain.
(d) Make a will.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which vigorous, physical activity did Schwartz enjoy before he was diagnosed with ALS?

2. According to Schwartz, sufferers should ask friends and family in advance for a ______.

3. Schwartz received a diagnosis for what disease?

4. Schwartz explains that learning to grieve for yourself is just as important as grieving for whom?

5. Grief is a form release that can help one feel _____.

(see the answer key)

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