Stages of Grief

Coping with Unexpected Death

When a loved one dies unexpectedly is a complete and utter shock to the system. Coping with an unexpected death is unique in the intensity in which grief occurs.    Coping with the death of a loved one is extremely hard no matter the way they died. When someone dies…...

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How to Deal with the Bargaining Phase of Grief

Grief is inevitable in the life of any human. We all experience loss at some point in life. It could be loss of our youth, loss of job, loss of a pet or even the death of a loved one. There are many many ways that we experience loss throughout…...

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Dealing with Anger and Resentment with Loss

When we are finally able to move out of the denial stage of our loss we often become angry. Anger can manifest itself in many ways. Without a healthy outlet for anger it can turn into an impairment and affect our mental and physical health. Unresolved anger often turns into…...

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Are the 5 Stages of Grief Real

When someone comes across the word grief, they most likely first think about “The Stages of Grief”.  In fact, if you start typing “stages” into Google, the “of grief” part fills itself in. In her 1969 book on Death and Dying, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross a Swiss American psychiatrist, first introduced the…...

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