I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is
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Stages of death/dying the stages of death are denial- this means they cant believe its happening cant accept it ,example I don’t want to die. Anger- they are mad this is happening why do I have to die, example I hate this world why cant I live and someone else die. Bargaining- Asking god for a little bit more time to live, example I want a little more time to live there is still something I have to do I want to visit my Uncle one last time. Depression- feeling bad that they cant do anything about it thinking about mistakes they made in the past that probably led them to this point, example this is bad I cant do anything to save my life I wish I didn’t steal from the store and call people funny names . Acceptance- they have accepted death and knows that the time has come, example I know my time is near and there is no turning back I am ready for this.
When I first learned Breaking Bad was ending on its sixth season, I thought “No way. It’s going to be like CSI or Friends where the show never really ends, they just keep putting Joey is spin offs that are basically the same show.” Then I boycotted the show, only to break two episodes into the new season. I wrote letters to AMC and the writers of Breaking Bad informing them I would be holding an open casting call for Jesse Pinkman. I was going to produce a new season if it meant I had to do it myself. I had already cast myself as the new Walt when I recieved a very threatening letter. I ceased and desisted all actions stepping towards a Breaking Bad season 7 and fell into an extreme depression. After another seven episodes, I accepted the shows fate. All good things must come to an end. Breaking Bad’s end is a lot like the five stages of death and dying.