Grief is an intense sorrow that occurs to a person after the death of loved ones. According to the research by Elizabeth Kubler, there are five stages of grief (Corr, 2020). The first stage is denial, where the world has no meaning and life makes no sense to us. We ask ourselves how we can go on and why there is there a need to go on. The next stage is anger which is essential because the more we feel angry over situations, the more we feel it, which speeds up the healing. The next stage is bargaining. We make the “if onlys” where we want to go back in time and restore the lost one. The fourth stage is a depression, where our attention comes into the present; grief hits deeper, and we feel it lasts forever. The last stage is acceptance, where we now accept that our loved one is gone and start learning to live with it. The stages are not fixed as some may be absent, or the order is re-arranged.
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