Rituals like memorial services, milestone markers, and other mindful practices can be extremely useful in healing through pet grief. These ideas may make the process smoother for you.
Sometimes our friends and family fail us. They're either too wrapped up in their own challenges or they lack the skills and empathy to relate to the pain of our pet loss. When loved ones aren't able to provide pet loss support, find other ways to gain the help you need.
Facing pet grief milestones with purpose and mindfulness can be useful in going through the healing process. This count-up timer has been useful to us as we've grieved the loss of our Tia. May it help you, too.
Turn your pet photos into a pictorial story of your animal friend's life. Using your creativity to develop a memorial photobook is a greay way to not only have a keepsake you can treasure, but may also aid in your bereavement process.
Don't rush to give away or toss your pet's possessions. Take your time to avoid making decisions that you may regret later. This guide will help you balance the immediate need to protect your heart from sights that hurt you with the desire of your future self to have some pet mementos months or years down the road. Breathe.
You find yourself in the midst of having to deal with the death of an animal companion - how do you care for yourself so that you don't fall apart? Our guide to protecting your emotional wellbeing during this time will help.
If you're a senior who's recently experienced the loss of a pet, your pain may be even more intense than the average individual's grief. We want to support you by providing some ideas for how to cope given your unique circumstances and stage of life. Find help here.
If you're going to go through this experience with a growth mindset and see it as a way to honour your pet while also expanding as a person, you'll need to pay attention to a lot of things in your life. Let me help with this 4 Step Challenge to Surviving [and Thriving] Through Pet Loss.
If you're grieving a pet loss, taking time off of work may be one of the best ways to care for yourself. So as you approach your pet's end of life stage, try to plan for how to get days off work with this guide.
Know someone going through pet loss? Offer your support and compassion in ways that are positive and meaningful. This guide provides the practical and mindful ideas you need to be a source of peace and comfort.