Previous posts have dealt with how you can handle tough life situations like this by changing your attitude, more specifically, your sense of coherence and its dimensions:
Understandable means having a belief that:
– Things happen in an orderly and predictable way. ‘
– We can understand events in our lives and reasonably predict what will happen in the future.
This post continues with the understandable consequences of a crisis on our well-being.
The 6 stages of a crisis
During a crisis, we find ourselves in different stages of the crisis curve. The crisis curve usually consists of the following stages. Individuals need different amount of time to get through each phase – hours – days – weeks – months – even years:
Stage 1: Shock & denial of what has happened and the related consequences.
Stage 2: Anger often aimed in several directions.
Stage 3: Dealing / trying to undo and alter the consequences of the crisis.
Stage 4: Despair and resignation when you realize the inevitable consequences.
Stage 5: Acceptance of the new reality after reviewing and reconciling the consequences of the crisis and the acute phases.
Stage 6: New orientation – life is no longer directly adversely affected by the obstacles of the crisis.
More about this in the next post.
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