7 Stages of Grief?

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The seven stages of grief include shock and denial, pain and guilt, anger and bargaining, 'depression', reflection and loneliness, the upward turn, reconstruction and working through, and finally acceptance and hope. Grief is a natural feeling that is often caused by the loss of a loved one.
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Shock. During the first stage of grief, the body protects itself through shock, disbelief and denial. This numbness provides you with emotional protection so you are not completely
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The 7 stages of grief are: Shock or Disbelief; Denial; Bargaining; Guilt; Anger; Depression; Acceptance and Hope. It is the process of healing & back to life.
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It seems there are five stages of grief that most people go through. Denial or Numbness. You can't believe what has happened. You try to keep going like it didn't happen. Anger or
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There are different versions. Here is a 7 stage model: Shock stage: Initial paralysis at hearing the bad news. Denial stage: Trying to avoid the inevitable. Anger stage: Frustrated
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