Five Stages of Grief

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[Writing this post based on a series of tweets I made earlier today. For two reasons. One: to collect them in one place. Two: to cover my ass for the time when they are photoshopped together, shared without attribution, and then I have to defend myself; that it’s not me who copied but they. This, alas, has happened to me too many times.]

The Kübler-Ross model, or the five stages of grief, postulates a series of emotions experienced by survivors of an intimate’s death, where in the five stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. [Wiki].

After India’s surgical strikes against Pakistan, our Indian “liberals” have been passing through, what can be identified, as the different stages of grief.

First stage: Denial 

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Second stage: Anger

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Third stage: Bargaining

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Fourth stage: Depression

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Fifth stage: Acceptance

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Original tweets [1, 2,3,4,5]

 

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10 thoughts on “Five Stages of Grief

  1. Is this sarcasm? I hope it is.
    These strikes do nothing to address how these terrorists came in and killed so many of our soldiers in the first place. And you can’t blame the government for this either, it is a failure of our intelligence. Also, why the negative connotation around the word liberals?

  2. Next stage will be Srinivasan Jain Barkha Dutt et al meeting the families of terrorists killed in Pakisthan, confirming their docile headmaster parents, how the killed terrorists were interested in films , art etc and bringing out sob stories.

  3. Interesting. Though my question is why your article “On Becoming A Dad” shows in the list of “Related” at the end of an article titled “The Five Stages of Grief”.

  4. brilliant …love to see these pseudo “liberals” trying ……..rather struggling to fit in the general opinion that supports these strikes …

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