يوم جديد - المجهول مع هاسميك دانيال - مدربة الحياة ومتخصصة في السلوك البشري والبرمجة اللغوية العصبية
Change is a part of life. Sometimes it’s positive, and other times less so. But regardless of what form it comes in, you have a choice: you can either ride the wave of change, or let it crash upon you as you struggle to remain floating.
The biggest issue that most people struggle with when it comes to change is dealing with uncertainty. Because there is no certainty about what will happen during a time of change, many people either try to control events or simply shut down. Through the years, Kubler-Ross model has been widely accepted and adopted as emotions we feel not just when loss is experienced but when we go through significant change of any kind. The model, in various forms is widely used in business as a support system to successfully navigate organizational change. The model can also be used in terms of any personal change to understand why we feel what we feel during times of change.
The 6 stages of the model in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic that we are all currently living through, by far the biggest change the world has ever seen on such a global scale in our lifetimes. As the future for us all is so uncertain this a perfect time to utilize this model and understand the feelings we may be experiencing, based on the changes the pandemic has caused and will cause to our lives. The 6 stages are: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance and Meaning. We may not move through the model in a linear fashion or step by step, instead we may move through the model in a random order, going back and forth between each stage with each stage lasting a different length of time. We are all unique, we all live unique lives and so we all experience loss/change differently. The Kubler-Ross model is a support system that can help you move from stage to stage and reassure you that what you feel is completely normal