According to Medicinenet.comElisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD developed a model for undersanding grief. The model goes like this, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. She said that these cans occur with any personal loss, but that they do not all have to happen and some of them can reoccur.
Symptoms of grief can be physical, social, or religious. Physical symptoms can range from mild sleep or appetite problems to heart attack . Social symptoms of bereavement include isolation from other loved ones and difficulty functioning at home, school, and/or at work.
Although there is much controversy as to how best help one cope with grief, little scientififc research has yielded any clear results on this. Although there are a few tips to help the grieving. One is to keep a journal and write in it no more than 15 minutes a day. This limitation helps to cut down on the stirring up of negative emotions.
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