Just recently i have been going through the so called seven stages of grief! According to my psychotherapist they are just a persons natural way of coping with any kind of loss. In my case it was a relationship. What really puzzles me is that I seem to have a different stage everyday, like today and yesterday I'm angry at my ex for the way I,ve been treated. The day before that I was depressed as hell and it seems that the set order in which they are supposed to happen is not working for me. It's all jumbled up. I've done some reading and have not found any reason why this could be happening to me. It seems I keep repeating every stage but the last one which is acceptance and hope! Does anyone else relate to what i'm saying? This is confusing.
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