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Continued from Part 1
The Five Stages of Grief
In 1969, Elisabeth KŁbler-Ross outlined what she described as the five stages of grief. Jess, as if she had a checklist, went through each in cartoonishly exaggerated fashion.
The first stage of grief is denial. Jess arrived home that night at about 6:45 PM, to find the doors locked. I was on the other side of town at the time. She called me, threatened to call the police, and hung up. Immediately after,
Updated 09 Dec 2010 at 02:49 PM by Frogacuda
Itís been a trying couple of weeks.
For the last year and change, Iíve been living in a large six-bedroom house, with six other people, mostly musicians and other creative types, which Iíve generally found to be a great situation. One roommate in particular, a 28 year-old waitress and aspiring photographer named Jess, has slowly become a problem for the house, with more roommates finding themselves avoiding the common areas of our home on her account.
This began back
Updated 27 Jul 2011 at 12:51 PM by Frogacuda