According to Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, which stages of grief do a client or family member experience?
A. Acceptance, depression, anger, bargaining, and denial B. Denial, anger, decreased interaction, depression, and mourning C. Acceptance, anger, denial, and bargaining D. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance-rationale: denial, the avoidance of deaths inevitability, is the first step of the grieving process. anger, the most intense grief reaction, arises when people realize that a family member will die or has died. bargaining occurs when family members attempt to stall or manipulate the outcome or death. depression is a response to loss expressed as profound sadness or deep suffering. acceptance, the final stage of grief, is the ability to overcome the emotion and accept what has happened.client needs category: psychosocial integrityclient needs subcategory: nonecognitive level: knowledgereference: taylor, c., et al. fundamentals of nursing: the art and science of nursing care, 6th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 987.