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Pet Loss Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Finding a New Cat

Pet Loss Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Finding a New Cat

Good article on dealing with the loss of a pet, in particular a cat, and how to determine when it is the right time to find a new cat.  Obviously not a cat to replace the lost cat, but one to share your love with for the next years. Please also review our Pet Loss Bereavement Counseling Training The article, “How Long After Your Cat Dies Should You Wait Before Getting a New Cat?”  by Kellie B. Gormly states,  “Losing a cat is devastating for a household’s humans and other pets. While no cat can replace another beloved cat — each pet,

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Article on Caring for a Sick Pet

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Article on Caring for a Sick Pet

Good article for pet owners who are coping and caring for a sick pet.  This type of grief can be serious for a pet owner because in the end, pets are our family. Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training The article, How your pet’s illness could put your mental health at risk, states “It was a difficult season of loss for Sean Owens’ family. Shortly after his father died of kidney cancer in 2010, his mother’s beloved black Labrador retriever mix — Mary Margaret, or Maggie — was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma, a rapidly growing tumor of the blood vessels. Maggie

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program Article on the Loss of a Pet

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program Article on the Loss of a Pet

Good article about the pain of losing a pet.  It is never a mild affair but a family affair when we lose a pet because in reality the pet is really a family member. Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program The article, Losing a pet is a family affair, by Jennie Geisler states “It’s no easy thing to watch a beloved pet die. But cats, dogs and other pets simply don’t live as long as we do. A vet and a counselor offer advice on how to navigate the emotions when a family pet dies. Eric Deane Twitchell,

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Pet Memorials

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program Article on Pet Memorials

Good article on the sad story of losing a pet but also remembering him or her through memorial. This article lists numerous ways you can remember your beloved friend Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Program The article, Six unique ways to memorialize a beloved pet, by Alice Short states “The black box sits on the counter, encased in something that looks suspiciously like a gift bag, a cloud of netting pulled together at the top with an olive green ribbon. From a distance it looks like a tissue holder, but its contents are more likely to produce tears

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Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program Article On Pets and Why They Matter

Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program Article On Pets and Why They Matter

Pets are part of our lives and for some, even like family.  Hence the value of something or someone determines the pain of loss.  It is of no wonder then that so many grieve the loss of a pet so intensely Please also review our Pet Loss Grief Counseling Training Program The article, Why does the death of a pet matter to us so much?, by William Reville states “Our Bichon Frise dog Milo died on June 6th. My wife and I were very much taken aback by the level of grief that Milo’s passing precipitated. Such grief is common among pet

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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