Grief and Loss

We understand that there are more stages of grief than the five we learned. Traumatic grief may/will exhibit differently from other loss or grief forms. Most of us experience these seven stages of grief. Also, grief is fluid, causing emotional distress and ebbs during the healing process.
Traumatic grief is when a person is killed or leaves suddenly. We have no answers or ability to reason why they have left or died. We are not able to stay goodbye or clean misunderstandings.

Listed are some of the emotional stages (events) a person may feel/ go through when a loss has happened in their life.

  • Shock and denial. This is a state of disbelief and numbed feelings.
  • Pain and guilt. …
  • Anger and bargaining. …
  • Depression. …
  • The upward turn. …
  • Reconstruction and working through. …
  • Acceptance and hope for a future- learning to live with the memories and finding a way to reenter our lives without that person.

Loved ones and death- Grief and Trauma

The sudden loss of a parent or love can cause traumatic grief and look like other mental health issuesโ€”a snippet of traumatic grief and interlude to our sudden and tragic death of a loved one.

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