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Grieving is a universal human experience that affects people from all walks of life.
There are five classic stages of grief, and they were first identified by the Swiss-American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in her 1969 book, On Death and Dying.
In the first stage, it is common for people to at first deny the reality of the situation.
It's a defense mechanism against the immediate shock.
It is usually temporary, and it helps people to get through the first phase of emotional pain.
The second stage is Anger.
Anger is a reaction to the reality of the situation and may be directed against almost anyone or anything.
Anger passes into the third state of bargaining, which is seen as an attempt to regain control.
This stage is known as depression, which involves sadness and regret.
The final stage is acceptance.
Sadly, not everyone is able to reach this stage.
Jackalyn Rainosek has a Ph.D. in Counseling and Educational Psychology
from Texas A&M University,
and did her doctoral dissertation on Death Anxiety with Medical Personnel.
She received four years of training in Death and Dying with the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.