Kinds Of Anger And Grief According To Kübler-Ross And Thiff

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Vanessa A. Benipayo, Edison

I. Introduction
A loss is an inevitable part of life. It cannot be controlled nor break. It is in man nature that we all reach our endings, that there is a limitation. According to Dr. Christiane Pohl; the inner preoccupation with the loss is accompanied by intense reflection, awakening numerous memories and perhaps heralding the search for a new footing in life. (1997). In life, grief is a natural part of the healing process because we suffer from being left, we suffer from the feeling of being empty because of the pain and the grief we are dealing with. Whether the situation is separation or death

II. Background of the Study
A. Kinds of Loss
• Death – A
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The term of being "bitter" is necessary, because you 're in the state of grievance, which is anger. Anger is an emotion most we are used to managing, it is endless and limitless. We became angry because also of the pain. Actually, it is natural to feel deserted and abandoned, but we live in a society that fears anger. Somehow, Anger is a strength, you use this as a weapon or defense mechanism also in showing that you are strong. Because of the anger in having pain, it gives temporary structure to the nothingness of the…show more content…
Like, how we want life to be the same again, we want life to return to what it was; we want our loved one restored. We just simply want to go back in time, where everything seems fine. This is how we bargain with the pain, we will do anything to not feel the loss and the state of being empty.

• DEPRESSION – There are two types of depression according to the PsychCentral.
1. Reactions relating to practical loss – where sadness and regret predominate this type. It is how we worry many things, like costs and burial, like how we spent less time with others that depend on us.
2. Subtle – which also means, more private. In a way that it is a preparation to separate and to bid our loved one farewell (PsychCentral, 2016).
Sadness is a sign of depression it sets in as you begin to understand the loss and its effect on your life (WebMD, 2005). Sadness represents the feeling of emptiness, and how grief enters our lives on a deeper level, deeper than we ever imagined. Sadness is the most causes of a depressive stage it feels as though it will last forever, that often seen as an unnatural, depression is not a mental illness, and it is the most appropriate response to great loss (Kübler-Ross & Kessler,

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