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Stages Of Grief (Kubler-Ross, 1969)

Stages Of Grief (Kubler-Ross, 1969)

There are five stages of grief:

  • Denial: Denying the situation, saying it is just temporary.
  • Anger: Being angry at the person, situation or the unfairness of our world. It is associates with pain or fear, so look at what might be really going on. Perfom physical activities.
  • Bargaining: Ruminating about “what if" and things you could have done better.
  • Depression: Feeling sad and empty. This is part of the process. Don't surpress it. Feel and soothe your way through it.
  • Acceptance: Starting to accept the sitaution. You might not agree with it but you open yourself up to new things.


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