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Youth Violence In Schools

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Youth violence in schools, has been drastically increasing throughout the years. According to the CDC, youth violence that happens on school campus is deemed school violence and this includes acts of bullying, pushing, verbal harm, and physical harm, with or without weapons, leading to serious injuries and death (cdc). In 2015, “6.0% of students reported being threatened or injured with a weapon on school property one or more times in the 12 months, and 4.1% reported carrying a weapon (gun, knife or club) on school property on one or more days in the 30 days” prior to taking the survey. Since 2018, there has been approximately nine acts of violence in schools. Knowing that school violence is increasing growing, dealing with the aftermath of…show more content…
Within this model, it helps to understand that grief is not a linear process, therefore individuals do not go through the stages of grief do no go in order. Kubler-Ross five stages of the Grief Cycle include: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. Denial dealS with the individual refusing to accept the fact, reality of situation. Anger is the individual being upset or angry with the situation, at others, or even the deceased. These feelings of anger can be expressed to people close to them. Bargaining is when the individual attempts to bargain with “God” usually when the individual is facing the death. Depression is having feelings of sadness, regret, and fear. At this point the individual is near accepting the loss. And finally acceptance is the stage where the individual begins to realize the loss and attempts to move passed it and on with…show more content…
Bowlby states that there are four stages of mourning, such as: numbing, yearning and searching, disorganization, and reorganization. Numbing is when the individual is in disbelief that a death has occurred. This stage is lasts for a short period. The yearning and searching phase is when the individual realized the loss after the numbing disapates. Emotions of anger and frustration are normal during this stage. The disorganization phase is when the individual is attempting to accept the fact the deceased is gone and try to see themselves without the deceased. The reorganization phase is when the individual realizes there is life after the
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