General Hospital rumors tease that Griffin Munro (Matt Cohen) may turn dark because he can’t cope with Kiki Jerome’s (Hayley Erin) death. He mentioned in a recent General Hospital that if he could find the killer, and kill the killer, he’d feel like he was doing God’s work! Will Griffin become a vigilante to avenge her murder?
Griffin did not look like he was in a good place at all when he was at Anna Devane’s (Finola Hughes) home on Christmas. Although seeing Emma Scorpio-Drake (Brooklyn Rae Silzer) and getting a hug from her seemed to bring a slight smile on his face, he was unshaven and almost disheveled looking.
This is not like Griffin at all, and it speaks of deep depression. Dr Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) reached out to Griffin, and although having someone who truly understands what one is going through sometimes helps in the form of a support system, it still doesn’t help for the pain. Grief is a process, and some get through it better than others.
Anna & Griffin look upon Ava w/pity as she boxes up Kiki's apt. & runs across things from her childhood. Anna asks if there's someone she can call & in walks R/K: There, there. I'll take care of you. #FinolaHughes #MattCohen #MauraWest #JonLindstrom #GH pic.twitter.com/mgdMK7pmhC
— Summer (@SummerAWinter) December 28, 2018
According to a famous study of the mechanisms of grief, there are five (supposedly) consecutive stages: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. However, since that study was written in 1969, research has shown that it is not entirely accurate. For instance, Griffin seems to have anger and depression now, whereas, he was in denial and bargaining pretty much also at the same time when he first learned of Kiki’s death; his bargaining was remorse that he went ahead to the hospital, figuring if he’d have waiting then Kiki would still be alive. Not everyone grieves in the same way; nor does everyone heal in the same way or in the same order of these “stages” of grief.
So will Griffin cope with the loss of Kiki by becoming a vigilante and seek to take a life for a life? If he does, he won’t be the only one in Port Charles who feels that way! Stay tuned to GH and keep checking General Hospital spoilers frequently to see who ultimately takes down the evil Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) and if he’s killed by someone seeking revenge, or if he’s arrested and imprisoned or institutionalized!
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