make the pain go away faster, and if you can’t cry, it doesn’t mean you don’t feel the pain any less than others. There are many myths surrounding grief, but each person and situation will dictate the response.
ADVERTISEMENT Elisabeth Kübler-Ross made a groundbreaking discovery in 1969 when she created the grieving process. She discovered five stages that each person goes through when they’ve experienced a loss.
The stages don’t always go in order, and you might even repeat a couple of them twice, but you will find your journey going through each of these levels.During this phase, you will doubt that what happened was true.