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Victoria Noe

I think these make a lot of sense. But I thought Kubler-Ross's stages were first of all, intended for the person who's dying. And I also didn't think she believed they had to be experienced in a neat, linear order. Other people have imposed a different expectation on these stages: one that makes grieving predictable and acceptable. I particularly like his 4th stage, which I think is much more healing than mere "acceptance". Thanks for sharing these.

Susan Fuller

I've always preferred Worden's view. His tasks make sense and provide an umbrella for ALL of the experiences of grief including but not limited to denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

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