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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on the Loss of a Pet

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on the Loss of a Pet

The loss of a pet can be extremely painful, as painful as losing any family member.  It is no wonder why since most pets are like family to us and share our everyday lives.  They are like our children in the truest sense. If you would like to learn more about Pet Loss Grief Counseling or would like to become certified in Pet Loss Grief Counseling then please review our program and see if it matches your academic or professional needs. The article, “Grief knows no bounds for pet owners” by Joanna Crossley states “Is comparing the loss of a

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Pet Loss Grief Article on Losing a Dog

Pet Loss Grief Article on Losing a Dog

Great article on Pet Loss Grief. Losing a dog can be a painful time especially with how close one can become with his canine friend. Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Program The article, “Of grief and renewal, raising and losing a great dog” states “Grief is an emotion that’s hard to define and even harder to understand. There are levels of it depending on the loss, the depths of some I can’t fathom. But the pattern of healing, I imagine, is the same in each. Some stages of grieving just take longer to achieve healing than others. Some

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Children and Pet Loss

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Children and Pet Loss

Good article on helping your children through their loss of a pet.  This can be a very emotional time for yourself as well as your child.  It is also a time to learn about loss Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program The article, “When a Pet Dies, Helping Children Through the ‘Worst Day of Their Lives’” by Juli Fragi states “The loss of a pet is often a child’s first experience with death. Understanding the unique ways that children view pets and respond to their passing can help parents to ease the grieving process. Joshua Russell, an

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Article on Legitimacy of Grief over Pet Loss

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Article on Legitimacy of Grief over Pet Loss

Good article about the disenfranchised grief of pet loss.  Noone should be shamed for grieving a pet.  To some the loss of a pet is a huge thing to overcome.  Love has no barriers and for our pets, many of them are like family Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training to learn more The article, “Don’t Shame Me For Grieving My Dog’s Death”, by Lindsay Holmes states,   “U want to cancel bc ur dog back home died? Haha.” A few months after I moved to New York in 2013, I learned that my beloved childhood yorkie, Sapp,

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Losing a Pet

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Losing a Pet

Losing a pet can be very painful.  In fact, it is quite similar to losing a family member.  Pets are family and losing one needs to be seen in a similar light. Pet Loss Grief Counseling recognizes this.  If you would like to learn more about our Pet Loss Grief Counseling program then please review The article, “Grief over pets similar to grief over relatives” by Elijah Barber states, “The loss of a pet is something that many can struggle with, and expressing this loss in a healthy and open way for many can be difficult. People and Animal Assisted

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on Losing A Dog

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on Losing A Dog

It is important to realize the pain of losing a pet, especially a dog.  When we lose a dog, it is like losing a family member for some. If you would like to learn more about pet loss grief counseling, then please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs. The article, When Rover Dies: Why Your Grief Over Your Dog Is So Intense, by Frank McAndrew states, “Your own pet is never “just a dog.” My wife and I recently went through one of the more excruciatingly sorrowful experiences of our long married life:

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Pet Loss Disenfranchised Grief

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Pet Loss Disenfranchised Grief

Good article on the disenfranchised grief of pet loss.  So many people lose a pet and are often ridiculed by family and friends over the loss as insignificant. Please also review our pet loss grief counseling program The article, “What To Do When Friends and Family Don’t Understand Pet Loss” by Lindsay Patton states   “One of the toughest parts about having a pet is knowing the odds of outliving them are in your favor. On the upside, it gives you an opportunity to rescue and love multiple animals throughout your life. But nothing can stop the pain of losing an

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling and Vet Help Article

Pet Loss Grief Counseling and Vet Help Article

Good article how vets can help relieve the pain and sting of losing a beloved pet.  Pet loss grief counseling can help others overcome grief as well but its important to start with the vet and the initial loss. Please also review our pet loss grief counseling program to learn more and to see if the program matches your professional needs. The article, “Veterinarians can help ease the pain of losing a pet, says researcher”, by  Kate Bueckert states, Anyone who has had to put down a pet knows it can be a gut-wrenching experience. Many veterinarian officers offer a

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Pet Loss Bereavement Article on Losing a Canine Friend

Pet Loss Bereavement Article on Losing a Canine Friend

Losing a pet is a horrible experience, especially the bond between man and dog.  Our dogs are our family not just an animal or pet but a true companion.  This loss can be extreme and can be overlooked by society In this article, the author reviews the pain of losing a canine friend CANINE CONNECTION: Coping with grief after the loss of a beloved pet Joan Klucha / North Shore News “Today was a big day for me. I ventured into the trails that I had formerly walked for years with my three dogs, but today it was with just

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on Caring for Sick and Dying Pets

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Article on Caring for Sick and Dying Pets

Losing a pet is painful.  The process of caring for a dying pet can take an emotional toll as one awaits the inevitable.  It is truly sad to see an older pet not be himself and then have to come to the ultimate decision of letting go. The article below speaks about losing a pet and caring for him or her. The article states When I walked dogs at a Chicago animal shelter, I wondered how each one got there. Whether a stitched-up pup shirked from my touch or happily greeted me tongue-first, my eyes would well up with salt.