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LTC Stephen F.
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Thank you my friend COL Mikel J. Burroughs for sharing a blog post which reminded me of Swiss-American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's writing, As many know, she was a "pioneer in near-death studies and the author of the groundbreaking book On Death and Dying, where she first discussed her theory of the five stages of grief, also known as the "Kübler-Ross model"."
I studied her works for a paper in sociology while I was a USMA cadet.
Many are familiar with the model she developed without recognizing the author.
The five steps of grief she posited are: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance
This applied to PTSD sufferers and their families as well.
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Construction Manager
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Similar results have been made in divorce recovery, my brother ! Thank you for sharing !
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LTC Stephen F.
LTC Stephen F.
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You are very welcome, my brother-in-Christ (Join to see).
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LCpl Donald Faucett
LCpl Donald Faucett
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True, I find it distances you from family and friends. Nobody laughs and makes fun of me here. God bless you all.
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LCpl Donald Faucett
LCpl Donald Faucett
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PO2 David Dunlap lol, how thoughtful.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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I love the positive "with great adversity comes great opportunity for growth"
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SGT Mark Estes
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Great blog sir! Thanks for sharing it!
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