There are several models: the three phases of grief, four stages, the five steps outlined by finally granger westberg outlines ten stages in the book listed below: i have found grief to be like an onion (i know it's a homely picture) you think.
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Granger e westberg (july 13, 1913 – february 16, 1999) was a lutheran clergyman and professor best known for his book, good grief, and for creating the parish nurse program, now an international in 1962 westberg's interest in the grief process resulted in his writing good grief, a book that is still selling well more than.
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