Tag: divorce grief

Are There Five or Seven Stages of Grief?

Posted on September 15th, 2020

In her book “On Death and Dying”, Elizabeth Kübler-Ross identifies five stages within the grief cycle. Her multidisciplinary studies and findings have been used extensively throughout the world to describe the several stages of grief that people experience after losing a loved one or a life-changing event, such as a break-up or divorce. Her findings […]

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What You Didn’t Know About the Seven Stages of Grief

Posted on August 15th, 2020

Grieving is a natural reaction; it’s the way that we process the loss of something or someone important to us. The most common grief we experience is when we have lost a loved one; this could be through death or a breakup/divorce. It’s how we process an exceptional and devastating change in our lives and […]

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How To Cope With Rejection Without Getting Crushed during your divorce

Posted on August 12th, 2015

It’s over No matter how secure and confident you thought you were, hearing the person you love(d) say that they no longer want to be with you is a shattering experience. Even if you feel the same way, rejection is still hard to bear. Another person has just told you that they’d prefer not to be […]

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Why are People so weird with me when I talk about Divorce Pain?

Posted on January 12th, 2010

I just got home from a night at the movies with my friend (who will remain nameless). I felt awful. The deflated feeling was what I could imagine an insect feels after being squashed and scraped across a pavement. I had just retold my divorce story to her (ok, it was the second time) but […]

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