Kübler-Ross Model Of Grief

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This bond consists of three entities: connection, relationship and attachment. This plays a vital role because no one will ever have these three entities with the same person. Persons seem to feel they understand this and constantly use the expressions “I know how you feel” or “everything is going to be okay”. NO! You will never know how I feel or that everything will be okay because you didn’t lose the same person I did, you didn’t have the same attachment as I did and you sure didn’t have the same relationship as I did with them. So as a smart individual just be polite and say “I will keep you in my prayers” and not lie about it (Townsend, 2008).
Elizabeth Kübler-Ross has created the Kübler-Ross model (Smith & Segal, 2016). During research
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There are many forms of loss that can cause grief. One must know how crucial it is to recognize that grief can cause an emotional suffering that one may experience when someone or something they love has been is taken away (Zisook & Shear, 2009). The greater the loss, the greater the intense their grief will be. While loss affects people in different ways, many people experience the following symptoms when they’re grieving. It is also important that are grieving note that the early stages of grief is normal which may include one feeling as if he or she is going crazy, bad dream, or questioning one’s religious beliefs (Smith & Segal, 2016). There are many factors that may contribute to loss. Some of them include divorce or the loss of a romantic relationship, the loss of health, the loss of a job, the loss of financial stability, a miscarriage, becoming retired, the death of a family pet, the loss of a good friendship, and the loss of safety after trauma. These factors are the cause of grief of the …show more content…
This plays a vital role because no one will ever have these three entities with the same person. Persons seem to feel they understand this and constantly use the expressions “I know how you feel” or “everything is going to be okay”. NO! You will never know how I feel or that everything will be okay because you didn’t lose the same person I did, you didn’t have the same attachment as I did and you sure didn’t have the same relationship as I did with them. So as a smart individual just be polite and say “I will keep you in my prayers” and not lie about it (Townsend, 2008).
Elizabeth Kübler-Ross has created the Kübler-Ross model (Smith & Segal, 2016). During research she recognized five stages of feelings and actions that persons experience with response to a supposed or expected loss. These five stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Her research was primarily based on terminally ill patients (Smith & Segal, 2016). With these five stages, all persons grieving do not always experience them in the same order nor do they experience them all. With each experience there will be a different response.
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