Morrie: In His Own Words - Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 4, Reaching Acceptance Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 4, Reaching Acceptance Summary and Analysis

In the fourth chapter, Morrie begins by encouraging the sufferer to try and develop a sort of peace that is both spiritual and emotional to help counter physical distress. This begins by accepting the reality of one's condition. Acceptance is often harder than it needs to be, however, since our society is so horrified by death. Further, acceptance also doesn't happen immediately. It is a process. Second, you should realize that you will feel like a child at times and as an adult at others. On the one hand you will one day be completely dependent on others at times but at others you must deal with your difficulties and accept them like an adult. You must also struggle with contradictory feelings, such...

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