There are five stages of grief that are available according to the Kubler-Ross Grief Cycle. The first stage is going to be denial. This means that the person may deny that something is really happening and will try to shut off the change that is happening. The second stage is anger. The person will be angry at the person for going away or will be angry at the world because of the things that she will not be able to control. The third stage is going to be bargaining. She will do her best to try to get things to get back to normal.
This is the time when she will do everything in her power in order to get things back to the way they used to be. The fourth stage is going to be depressed because it will finally sink down that she is losing what she thought was going to be a part of her life for good. Finally, the fifth stage is going to be accepted. She will be able to accept with no bitterness the things that have occurred.