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Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, there are six.

by DynamicDbytheC on February 5, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Elisabeth Kübler-Ross wrote that there are five stages of grieving: anger, denial, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Not necessarily in any order and one can go in and out of the various stages while grieving. I have been grieving since October 2010, since we discovered that James had incurable bone cancer at the age of 48. I have discovered a sixth stage. Most days I am shell shocked.

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