It is healthy and natural to experience the reaction of grief in individuals at some time in their life. Grief initially occurs when individuals lose someone important whether it is after death or become broken hearted from a relationship, addiction, diagnosis of a sickness, and other difficult transitions that a person has to accept and learn in how to move forward in a healthy aspect in order to enjoy life. These examples in expressing different angles of grieving can lead to a physiological response and as a result it can create an unhealthy lifestyle. Dr. Elisabeth Kulber- Ross have worked with chronically ill patients in the medical setting, and provided support by caring and comforting them during their critical time from creating the model of “The Five Stages of Grief”. In this paper, I will discover the importance of the five stages of grief and compare and contrast it with the story of Job from the bible, discuss the joy and the grieving model, and finally I will explain how this research changed my views with the preferred method I use to deal with grief. In life people experience different magnitudes of losses whether it is being fired from a job or financial loss and losing a loved one. This unexpected transition can drastically change a person, and each loss represents how a person needs to acknowledge the acceptance and adequately learn to continue in living life without it. The person who is bereaved needs to take time out to grieve and should work towards developing new roles, identities and relationships (Stroebe et al 2004). Furthermore, this specific principle is called the duel process and it essentially has five stages denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance (Kübler-Ross 1969). In the stage of denial enables people who grieving unexpected news to cushion in the pain as a result it leads to a level of resentment, and becoming envious. To come across the struggle of confronting the unpleasant reality, battling...
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