The Kubler-Ross Model For Death And Dying

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The article on discusses the Kubler-Ross model for death and dying. The main argument that I take of this is that it is only a model, and not solid steps that one will go through when facing death or other challenges. The steps are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Some may go directly to the acceptance stage, however others may stay in the denial stage for an extended period without actively trying to move on. Dying does not only affect those who are personally spending but also those who are surrounded by it, spouses, children, caregivers, friends, and other family members. The stages can describe someone dying or those around them. While reading various memorial obituaries from the Sacramento Bee I noted
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