The Grief Experience: Grief in 7 Stages
DR. ESSLIN TERRIGHENA defines grief and identifies seven stages we may go through after experiencing a loss. This is an extension of the original 5-stage Kuebler-Ross model of grief.
Swiss-American psychiatrist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross originally identified five stages of grief that we go through: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. She took these from her work with terminally ill patients, and found them to also apply to other types of grief. More recently, this model has been expanded to include two additional stages: shock, and integration.
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