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Name the stages that may be involved in the grieving process.

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  • Denial or numbness: The person can’t believe the loss that happened.
  • Emotional releases: such as crying as a recognition of the loss.
  • Anger: when person think that he is responsible for the loss.
  • Bargaining: the person promises himself to change if he can return what he has lost.
  • Depression: the suffering from sadness, isolation and hopelessness when recognizing the extent of the loss.
  • Remorse: the person thinks what he could have done to prevent the loss.
  • Acceptance: to face reality in constructive ways.
  • Hope: eventually remembering becomes less painful and begin to look for future.

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