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Mark Brophy is a Senior undertaking Officer within the VET department of the Victorian executive division of schooling and coaching. He has received the 2006 Fulbright expert Scholarship in VET backed via the DEST. This Fulbright Scholarship used to be validated in 1995 to help the trade of study and concepts on VET among Australia and the us.
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For the first time Jenny was seeing all this, seeing fully the nearness and inevitability of death—and understandably enough it terrified her. After her mother’s death, however, Jenny felt ashamed that she had not faced death with more calm and stoicism. When parents die 32 Paul was seventeen when his father died of cancer. Years later he still felt guilty that in the final weeks of his father’s life he had avoided him, not wanting to touch or be kissed by his father. He remembered in particular one evening when he was passing the door of his father’s room.
That is the theory, anyway. In practice, the ‘preparation time’ that a long illness appears to provide is not always easy to use in such a positive text-book way. It is never possible to prepare entirely; death cannot be totally prepared for in advance. Jenny discovered this when her mother died of cancer. A malignant lump on one of her mother’s breasts had been diagnosed when Jenny was fifteen and the whole breast had had to be removed. After her mother’s first operation, life at home changed drastically and never got back to normal.
Emotional withdrawal can be helpful up to a point, but it can mean that once the person does the, you can be left feeling very locked up inside yourself, unable to feel anything, terrified of feeling anything because there is now so much to feel, like a great tidal wave of emotion pressed up against the dam gates. If this is so, you may need the help of a therapist or counsellor to find ways of letting your feelings out in a safe, manageable way. Hope Edelman was seventeen when her mother died.
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