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Am I Normal?
Grief after a loss can be draining. There may be days that seem to go on forever. There may be loneliness, numbness, anger, fear, and an intensity of all feelings. You may have physical changes such as fatigue, headaches, and low energy. Your concentration may be lacking. You may want to have everyone around you, or you may want to isolate yourself. You might want to visit places that remind you...
Musings of an Incessant Wiggle-er: To my dearest... →
skwermy: Time is cruel my sweet boy as it brings us closer to the day where we make one of the most difficult decision of our lives. We will always love you, and have a smile in our hearts and upon our lips when we think of you. I wish I could tell you how sorry I am for having to make this decision for…
The Human-Animal Bond and Grief
wixavms: The Human-Animal Bond and Grief Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Practical reference for companion animal veterinarians and students on how to help clients handle serious illness or death of a pet. Illustrated. Get this One!c. DO NOT Miss the Chance!
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Letters to my Dog: Letter 12 →
letterstomydog: Just because I haven’t written to you in a while doesn’t mean I’m not missing you or that I’ve forgotten you because neither of those things have happened. I haven’t written because I’ve been missing you so much that I haven’t been able to face it. I just want to see those eyes of yours. I want… Stay strong xx
I will not say, do not weep, for not all tears are an evil.– J.R.R.Tolkien
Ginger Thoughts: By the edge of a wood, at the... →
abbeymags: By the edge of a wood, at the foot of a hill, is a lush, green meadow where time stands still. Where the friends of man and woman do run, when their time on earth is over and done. For here, between this world and the next, is a place where each beloved creature finds rest. On this golden land,…
deman: Pet Loss and Human Emotion, second edition:... →
deman123: Pet Loss and Human Emotion, second edition: A Guide to Recovery This updated edition of Pet Loss and Human Emotion is a step-by-step guide to leading clients through this special kind of grief. Includes resources and a section on pet loss and natural disasters. As society accepts that grieving…
Preserving Memories in the New York Times! →
byebyepet: Amy Finkel Documents Lengths Owners Go to When Pets Die.
Tied Together With A Smile: Your Pets In Heaven →
sodonteversaygoodbye: by Ken D. Conover To have loved and then said farewell, is better than to have never loved at all. For all of the times that you have stooped and touched my head, fed me my favorite treat and returned the love that I so unconditionally gave to you. For the care that you gave to me so…
We Have A Secret We have a secret, you and I that no one else shall know,...– Author Unknown
I’m Still Here Friend, please don’t mourn for me, I’m still...– Author Unknown
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Its something that I heard them say, “Why did you have to go away?” “to...– Pet bereavement poetry, Lucie227 (via bygollymissmolly)