Eventually we all achieve nirvana this way.

See also: Kübler-Ross
  1. Denial
    “What? You can’t be serious. You just said you wanted peanut butter and jelly.”
  2. Anger
    “You eat this bite right now. Sit down! Eat it!”
  3. Bargaining
    “Please? Please have another bite? If you have another bite you can have more chocolate milk.”
  4. Depression
    “I can’t believe you’re not going to eat any more. I am a horrible parent.”
  5. Acceptance
    “Okay. Fine. Yes. Forget it. Go play with Thomas.”

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