Transform the Pain
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Transform the Pain

Why Is It So Hard to Accept a Loss?

The good news is, it doesn’t have to be

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In the Kubler-Ross’ stages of grief, acceptance is the one that leads to catharsis. The hardest part, however, is reaching it.

The other four stages of Kubler-Ross’ grieving process or common experiences we tend to go through while grieving are denial, bargaining, anger, and depression. These could be seen as…

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Coping with emotional pain, grief, and loss

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