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Dr. Elizabeth Neeld is a full-time writer and the author of Seven Choices – Finding Daylight After Loss Shatters Your World, which was chosen by the Red Cross to be used by volunteers working with victims’ families after 9/11. She is a former English professor and consultant with Fortune 500 companies. Dr. Neeld and her husband live in Austin, Texas.
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In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Neeld outlines the seven phases – and accompanying choices – that make up the journey through grief. Dr. Neeld is an author, former English professor, and former consultant for Fortune 500 companies.
Does grieving ever end? Loss remains a part of life, but one doesn’t need remain stuck in paralysis, sadness, or fear.
What is the first stage of grief? Dr. Neeld refers to the first phase of grief as “impact”—the moment that knocks a person off his/her feet and drastically changes his/her life.
What are the other phases of grief? Each phase can be experienced at different times and in a different order. The key is to be conscious of the present phase and to make healthy choices that will lead to healing.
What is the final stage of grief? The final stage is “integration,” and it involves integrating back into society.
Also, Dr. Neeld will answer audience questions on a variety of topics, including how to help children through the grieving process, how to be a friend to someone who is grieving, and how to get your head and heart into sync after a loss.
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