It is essential to convey that William Worden has mentioned the need for commitment and an active involvement of the grieving individual. His task-based model is evident to reflect a motivational framework of grief work wherein time is not taken under consideration as the sole factor in healing the grief or sadness of an individual. In this context, William Worden also emphasized on the fact that it is not a magical process of coming out of grief by an individual and his model also acknowledges that death cannot bring an end to an existing relationship(“Sheffield Central Counselling: A Map for the Grief Journey – Worden’s Four Tasks of Mourning”, 2017). He strongly argued that a psychological or strong emotional binding exists forever between the deceased person and the person who suffered loss of his loved one. For example, death of a parent does not end the relationship of bonding with the child and time has no role in this respect. However, the level of grief or bereavement is settled with subsequent passing of time as the concerned individual gets back to his normal life. Rekindling the desire to live and thrive is the primary objective of William’s model (“Worden’s Four Tasks of Grieving”, 2017).