THE FIVE STAGES

Coping with death

The commonly known stages of death are denial and isolation,
Anger, bargaining, depression, and  acceptance.

DENIAL AND ANGER
ISOLATION
The first stage is characterized by an An individual who is passing will
individual not accepting the truth of exhibit anger in many ways; often
their situation.  This is a temporary towards caregivers, family, and even
defense and will usually turn to them a higher power, such as god.
working on their end-of-life
necessities.

BARGAINING DEPRESSION
This stage can be recognized by the Understanding the certainty of
desire for more time.  Accepting death, the dying can experience this
their fate, the dying will offer many stage.  Avoiding interactions and
things to earn more time. grieving are common.  It is
discourage to attempt to cheer one
up in this stage.

ACCEPTANCE
The stage of peace.  An individual can move on knowing they have
done all they can to ease their own passing.  They can finally rest.
 Some may wish to be alone to pass in comfort.