This applies to losing a loved one, an important idea, moving from your comfort zone, changing homes or even losing a thing.
Stages of Grief
Denial: an emotional to protect yourself from facing reality that you are not ready
To deal with.
Anger: anger turned inwards means depression, regrets, physical illness and
Despair Needs to be expressed and channeled in the right way.
Bargaining: ignore reality by trying to control the uncontrollable using phrases
Like “If Only” or “Maybe if”.
Depression: feeling hopeless, isolated, self-pity, physical pain, and guilt.
Acceptance: Final stage when you learn how to relate differently to your loss and
be able to lead a functional life.
Going through grief and achieving healing will happen not in a linear way but in a spiral form. Stages keep coming not necessarily in this order and you can feel more than one stage at a time. When you reach acceptance, You will notice more time intervals of peace, adjustment, start setting new goals, and begin to feel comfortable going on with your life.