Elisabeth was born fifteen minutes before her identical sister Erika.
Acceptance Normal reactions to change When Kubler-Ross wrote about these stages she explained that these are normal reactions we have to tragic news. In fact she called them defense mechanisms or coping mechanisms that we need to move through in order to manage change. We don't move through the stages one at a time, in a neat, linear, step by step manner.
That would be far too easy! What happens is that we occupy different stages at different times and can even move back to stages we have been in before. Kubler-Ross said the stages can last for different periods of time and will replace each other or exist side by side at times.
Ideally it would be good to think that we will reach the phase of 'Acceptance' while managing change but some people get stuck in the stages and find it difficult or impossible to move on. Let's look at how people react in each of the five stages. The five stages of change Shock or Denial "I can't believe it", "This can't be happening", "Not to me!
It is the initial stage of numbness and shock. We don't want to believe that the change is happening. If we can pretend that the change is not happening, if we keep it at a distance, then maybe it will all go away.
This is a bit like an ostrich burying its head in the sand. I can't accept this! Now we get angry and look to blame someone or something else for making this happen to us.
What's interesting is that our anger can be directed in many different directions. I've seen people angry with the boss, themselves, or even God. In these tough economic times it's often the economy that is blamed.
It's the government, or top management's fault for not planning properly.
You might find you are more irritable towards colleagues or family. You'll notice others finding fault with the smallest things.
Bargaining "Just let me live to see my children graduate. It's an attempt to postpone what is inevitable.
We often see the same sort of behaviour happening when people are facing change. We start bargaining in order to put off the change or find a way out of the situation. Most of these bargains are secret deals with God, others, or life, where we say "If I promise to do this, then you make the change not happen to me".
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Born in , Elisabeth Kübler-Ross wanted to be a. In Kubler-Ross described five stages of grief in her book "On Death And Dying". These stages represent the normal range of feelings people experience when dealing with change in their lives - .