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From what makes us grieve to how it affects us, grief is not a one-size-fits-all experience. Fifty years after psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross introduced the now iconic five stages of grief -- denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance -- scientists in the growing field of bereavement research say it’s not so simple. Ask our panel anything.
More on Neha Pathak, MD: https://www.webmd.com/neha-pathak-md
More on Seth Gillihan, PhD: https://blogs.webmd.com/mental-health/20190416/anxiety-is-a-stage-of-grief-you-may-not-recognize
More on Patty Holliday: https://blogs.webmd.com/my-experience/20190711/keeping-my-sons-memory-alive-helps-me-grieve
More on Kim Richardson: https://blogs.webmd.com/my-experience/20171101/i-avoided-my-grief-for-30-years-heres-what-it-cost-me
More on Donna Schuurman, Ed.D, F.T.: https://www.webmd.com/special-reports/grief-stages/20190711/the-grief-experience-survey-shows-its-complicated
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