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Morrie dealt with his terminal illness in terms of Kubler Ross stages of dying by not denying the fact the he had ALS He learned how to accept this terminal illness and decided that he is never going to quit because there is no shame in dying and that he also was going to make death his final project I dont think he is the typical person who has this type of perspective on dying Morrie was a peace maker who wanted to make the best of things and make people happy He thought that since he was suffering he didnt want anyone else to feel his pain but he did feel what other would go through and thats what made him so special He would listen to other people talk and give them the best advice that he could because he wants the people that surround him and love him to be happyI did not think that Morrie went through all 5 of Kubler Ross stages The first stage is denial and isolation which Morrie did not go through When Morrie found out that he had ALS his reaction was not No it cant be it was more on the lines of how much time is left and asking more questions about how he got it The second stage is Anger and I also dont think that he went through this stage The only thing that he was most angry about was the fact that he could not dance anymore Dancing was his favorite thing to it was where he could be himself and have fun with his friends He never blamed God or anyone for his disease As soon has he heard the news all he wanted to know was how much time he had left because he didnt want to waste on second of it The third stage is bargaining Morrie never asked God for a little more time to say- goodbye
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