Grief Counseling Online Forum/Resources
Call for Authors
Sid Korpi is an award-winning freelance writer/journalist and editor in the Minneapolis area, where she in the infancy stage of writing a book about pet loss, its unique grieving process, and ways in which to honor our beloved pets and heal our hearts.
She is welcoming your stories of: 1) the amazing bond between humans and their companion animals; 2) the ways in which you dealt with your pet's death and/or difficulties you faced when those around you perhaps didn't support your grieving process; 3) evidence you've had that your pet is still actively in your life after his/her passing (dreams, visions, sensations, odd behaviors witnessed in surviving pets or other animals, etc.); and 4) creative ways you've memorialized or honored your pet's life.
If you would like to submit a story to be considered for inclusion in her book, please email her directly for details at:firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is currently posted on Chance's Spot, pet loss site: http://groups.msn.com/ChancesSpot-PetLossSupport/_whatsnew.msnw
I really want to have the perspective of people involved with all aspects of pets' journeys through our lives—anyone who can attest to the phenomenal outcomes of joining pets and people and how they can best handle being separated by death. Grief counselors' viewpoints would be most informative and helpful.
If you cannot post this message outright, please do feel free to at least forward it to anyone you know who might be interested in participating in the creation of this much-needed book.
Thank you for your assistance,