I and II
1. What does Dr. Kubler-Ross blame for the increased fear of death and dying?
(a) Modern technology.
(b) Loss of religion.
(c) Misplaced priorities.
(d) Poor communication.
2. Why is Kubler-Ross so shocked at American's inability to accept death?
(a) She did not expect it.
(b) People in Europe handle it much differently.
(c) Our culture has digressed in this area while advancing in many others.
(d) Americans are so educated.
3. What does Kubler-Ross say is more important than fluids and pain medication for one who is dying?
(a) Faith and hope for a cure.
(b) A silent partner to see him or her through.
(c) Handling of legal logistics.
(d) Patience, friendship, and support.
4. Why does Kubler-Ross feel that our inability to cope with death is such a selfish thing?
(a) We do not give enough to charities who are researching terminal illnesses.
(b) We do not focus enough on the needs of the dying patient.
(c) We do not treat the hospital workers kindly.
(d) We feel that we are validated in treating others poorly because of our grief.
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