For some people, grief over the loss of a loved one can be a single inescapable stage while for others, it’s just a never ending process that sometimes just fades away but is still there. However, Elsabeth Kubler-Ross in her 1969 book “On Death and Dying” proposes that there are actually five stages of loss and grief:
1) Denial and Isolation;
4) Depression; and finally
Learn more about each of these stages – read the full article here.