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Stages of grief dating
You mourn what you thought was your forever relationship.
You have feelings of despair, emptiness, yearning and intense loneliness. You may have weight loss, weight gain, panic or anxiety attacks, insomnia, or acute fatigue. Your mind is foggy and your body feels sluggish causing you to crave sleep and isolation.
You are unable to function at work, home or school, or perform normal daily activities. You feel guilty about your failed relationship, thinking you could have done something to prevent it. Seek professional help and consider temporary medication that can help you cope with your grief.
You may feel a variety of emotions, like sadness or loneliness.
And you might experience it for a number of different reasons.
You acknowledge that your relationship is over, your partner is no longer a part of your life, and you begin living life as an independent individual.
Even with acceptance you may regress to bouts of anger, denial, bargaining and depression. Ebooks and paperbacks are available in online stores, Barnes and Noble and
In fact, they can lead to addiction, depression, anxiety, or even an emotional breakdown.
" Through her studies, Ross determined the five stages of grief to be denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
You worry about your future without your boyfriend or husband. Acceptance: “It still hurts, but I know I’ll be okay.” You come to terms with the loss of your relationship: the loss of his love, security and companionship and your future together.
You finally realize you are blessed to be free of your lying, abusive boyfriend.