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Stages of Grieving for Fetal Demise

Experiencing fetal demise, or a death after 20 weeks gestation, is an acutely painful experience. Not only do you lose the baby, b...

The Bargaining Stage of Grief

Suffering a major loss or significant change in your life, such as the death of a loved one or giving up a dream, can be painful a...

What Are the Stages of Grief Counseling in the Elderly?

The elderly can experience grief differently than other adults. An older individual may think more about dying than living, becaus...

Activities to Teach the Five Stages of Grief to Youth

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, originally identified by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross as the five stages of grief, ...

Grieving Process for Spouse Dying

The death of a spouse is a painful experience for the survivor, and the grieving process might be drawn-out and extensive. The fiv...

5 Stages of Coping With Death

Five distinct stages of grief must be experienced to cope with the death of a loved one, according to the Cancer Survivors website...

Stages of Grief After a Breakup

Breaking up is not easy. Whether it’s a breakup from a boyfriend, girlfriend, spouse, life partner or even a best friend, it...

3 Stages of Grief

Grief is a natural emotional response to an individual's experience with loss. A mixture of feelings can be associated with grief ...

Stages of Grieving a Loss Through Suicide

There are an estimated 32,000 suicides a year and every death has a profound effect on approximately six people in the life of som...

How to Write a Death Resolution for a Loved One

A death resolution or funeral resolution is a document that explains an individual's accomplishments and relationship to God, typi...
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