Grief is a process that individuals go through when they lose or realise they are about to lose something or someone they hold dear in life. This could be a spouse, relative, friend, their own life, property, income among others. These situations subject one into a state of disbelief where the individuals are unable to concentrate in their lives as they used to before as they preoccupy their thoughts with the loss they have suffered. The model’s stages sequence as follows denial stage, anger stage, bargaining, depression stage and the final one of acceptance (O’Rourke 2010). The model can also be used to interpret and come up with explanations for the tendencies associated with people going through rather mild situations than death for example break-up of a relationship, bankruptcy, relocation and many others. This is because these situations are similar in nature in that they all revolve around the loss of something or someone which one has a big attachment with. The stages as described in Kübler-ross’s book of 1969, On Death and Dying, are quite important to many who are grieving. They explain the various processes that one goes through and the reasons for that happening at a certain stage in life and not in another.
The big question that seeks to be answered is whether there is really a better way to be bereaved and this is quite well illustrated in this lady’s work. To bereaved is quite a natural process that befalls many and that it is important for one to go through some experiences for them to harden and face life as it is and is supposed to be here on earth. Death in particular of a close person is quite heartening and it makes one to go through a process of grief that at times may not come to an end no matter how they try. The person leaving their loved ones is also at a bad state knowing that they shall leave them behind and takes all the time they have remaining in trying to interact with them so as to