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In such unfortunate times, grief has become almost synonymous with the pandemic. While we experience a collective loss of freedom and right to exercise our independence, we are also suffering own individual, personal losses that can be painful and overwhelming.

But you do not have to go through it alone.

Let us help you. Starting with understanding grief and it's stages, defined first by psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross to help us understand and relate to one another.

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Published by Betterlyf, 2021-05-17 09:33:50

Stages of Grief

In such unfortunate times, grief has become almost synonymous with the pandemic. While we experience a collective loss of freedom and right to exercise our independence, we are also suffering own individual, personal losses that can be painful and overwhelming.

But you do not have to go through it alone.

Let us help you. Starting with understanding grief and it's stages, defined first by psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross to help us understand and relate to one another.

Keywords: BetterLYF, Mental Health, Pandemic, depression, grief, covid19, corona virus, healing, grief counselling, depression counselling

Did you also lose
someone in this

pandemic?

Yes, I don't know
how will I manage

this loss...

What are the stages of grief?

Denial: Disbelief towards the loss
experienced. It helps manage the
emotional pain and overwhelming state
of mind.

Anger: Feeling unfair and unable to absorb
the changing reality causes emotional
discomfort with anger outburts being a
natural response to the loss.

Bargain: Feeling of helplessness makes Please!
one bargain to keep the deceased alive at
any cost and imagine 'what if' scenarios
to cope with the pain.

What are the stages of grief?

Depression: Eventually, reality beomes
more apparent and harder to ignore,
bringing with it extreme sadness and
feeling the void of the lost loved one.

Acceptance: When we begin to accept
the loss instead of fighting it. We
accustom ourselves to the new reality
that is there, but may also continue to
feel the pain and/or sadness.

Grief is an overwhelming emotion.
Reach out to a trained therapist to

help process it.

Talk To A Therapist


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