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This course will help lead you through reflections and rituals that will help you cope with the death of a family member. You should have already completed Part 1 of this course before enrolling in this one, because the two courses build upon each other. When a member of your immediate family dies, you experience a painful transition from your familiar world. You are plunged into a new life that you don’t like. This death can also end or threaten your plans for the future. The loss of any family member throws the entire family into crisis. Before the construction of new family roles can begin, each person needs time and space to absorb the loss in his or her own way. All members must maintain the ability to disengage from the unit when necessary, but disengagement can be carried too far.