Is Divorce worse than death?

Is Divorce worse than death?

That when you’re divorced, your memories of your marriage are poisoned. That when you’re divorced, your children are more likely to get divorced. “Losing a (child, spouse, sibling, parent) is so much worse than losing a (parent, sibling, spouse, child)” or “(Divorce, death) is much worse than (death, divorce).”

Which is worse divorce or death of spouse?

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Many people feel that divorce is even worse than death when rejection, betrayal and shame are added to the loss. In other cases, the breakdown of a marriage happens over a long period of time and the ongoing pain and fear of the inevitable is comparable to a spouse slowly dying of a terminal illness.

Is divorce similar to grief?

And the death of a marriage, like any death, requires a grieving process for healing. During divorce, an emotionally intelligent person will pass through a grieving process resembling Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s five stages of grieving death (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance).

What are the stages of grieving a divorce?

These seven stages include:Shock and denial. This is a state of disbelief and numbed feelings.Pain and guilt. Anger and bargaining. Depression. The upward turn. Reconstruction and working through. Acceptance and hope.