Pet loss is accompanied by real feelings and emotions such as, sadness, depression, guilt, lethargy, emptiness, and overwhelming grief. How can I recover from the devastating loss of a beloved pet? Why is my grief so debilitating? Am I crazy for loving animals so much? How do I recover from this pain? Does God love all His creatures, including animals? Is there an afterlife for animals? Can it be proved by Science and the Bible? Do animals have spirits and souls? What is a soul? Where does the soul of your beloved animal go? Is there another dimension? A spirit world? Is there really a Heaven? Is it possible for the soul of a human to bond with the soul of an animal? Will I see all my animals in Heaven; or in the afterlife? A book of hope and comfort for those who have loved and lost. This book gives both Scientific and Biblical facts/proofs that will answer all these questions and more! And most importantly, this book will guide and help you to get past the pain and heartbreak of pet loss. Also: Amazing true stories of animals that have saved humans and true stories of people who have had Near Death Experiences (NDE) and have seen their animals in Heaven. Includes a ten-step recovery program for pet loss grief.
New Approaches to Healing - Recovering from Lost Love and Mourning
Author: Ginette Paris
Pubpsher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
Category: Loss (Psychology)
"Look at your broken heart with the curiosity of a naturalist, as you would pay close attention to your pet, to understand what is going on." The pain of mourning and heartbreak is neurologically similar to being submitted to torture. There seems to be only one way to end that agony and to limit somatic damage; neurobiology calls it an evolutionary jump and psychologists call it an increase in consciousness. Past theories of grief therapy considered recovery from the point of view of stages: a one-year cycle of mourning was supposed to heal the heart. Not so! A true Liberation of the Heart is a process of neurogenesis as well as a process of individuation, which means that the whole brain must re-configure its connections and its thinking about love and relationships. The good news is this: if you love, your heart should be broken at some point or other in your life. If not, your love may remain the innocent love of a child. This book explains what you need to understand in order to avoid victimization from the traumatic aspects of heartbreak and mourning. A wider definition of love and a deeper understanding of its psychology will free you of the obsession for the missing partner and will teach your heart to love in a wiser manner. Dr. Paris is the author, among other books, of "Wisdom of the Psyche: DepthPsychology after Neuroscience" (Routledge 2007). She is core faculty at thePacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara (www.Pacifica.edu). James Hillman, the Pulitzer nominee and acclaimed author of psychology, wrote this about Ginette Paris's style: "She turns the page into a new century ofpsychology. What an achievement!"
In "Pet Death", Dr. Straub addresses issues and feelings commonly encountered after the death of a pet. Practical guidelines are provided for coping with feelings of loss and sorrow. Many questions arise from the difficult topic of euthanasia, and in this book, the medical aspect of this procedure is explained in plain language. "Are your other pets grieving?" and "Should I get another pet right away?" are other questions addressed. Dr. Straub and others openly share their personal accounts of pet loss.
Completely revised and updated with 80 all-new chapters covering the most important information on current diagnostic, treatment, and preventive challenges facing feline practitioners today, Consultations in Feline Internal Medicine is an invaluable addition to every small animal clinician’s library. Full-color illustrations and expert contributions help you master and apply the latest advances in feline nutrition, emerging diseases, pet overpopulation, advanced imaging, and more with a comprehensive, clinically relevant approach. More than 100 worldwide leaders in small animal practice provide expert insight across the full spectrum of feline internal medicine. Extensive references make it easy to find additional information about specific topics most important to your practice. Current, evidence-based coverage reflects the latest findings and reports on pressing topics such as: Upper Respiratory Tract Aspergillosis Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency Diagnostic Imaging of the Ear Cardiac Blood Tests Urological Interventional Techniques A new section on feline nutrition highlights the impact of nutritional considerations on feline health. A dynamic full-color design, incorporating hundreds of NEW illustrations and tables, clarifies concepts and helps you interpret clinical data.
Imagine if we treated broken hearts with the same respect and concern we have for broken arms? Psychologist Guy Winch urges us to rethink the way we deal with emotional pain, offering warm, wise, and witty advice for the broken-hearted. Real heartbreak is unmistakable. We think of nothing else. We feel nothing else. We care about nothing else. Yet while we wouldn’t expect someone to return to daily activities immediately after suffering a broken limb, heartbroken people are expected to function normally in their lives, despite the emotional pain they feel. Now psychologist Guy Winch imagines how different things would be if we paid more attention to this unique emotion—if only we can understand how heartbreak works, we can begin to fix it. Through compelling research and new scientific studies, Winch reveals how and why heartbreak impacts our brain and our behavior in dramatic and unexpected ways, regardless of our age. Emotional pain lowers our ability to reason, to think creatively, to problem solve, and to function at our best. In How to Fix a Broken Heart he focuses on two types of emotional pain—romantic heartbreak and the heartbreak that results from the loss of a cherished pet. These experiences are both accompanied by severe grief responses, yet they are not deemed as important as, for example, a formal divorce or the loss of a close relative. As a result, we are often deprived of the recognition, support, and compassion afforded to those whose heartbreak is considered more significant. Our heart might be broken, but we do not have to break with it. Winch reveals that recovering from heartbreak always starts with a decision, a determination to move on when our mind is fighting to keep us stuck. We can take control of our lives and our minds and put ourselves on the path to healing. Winch offers a toolkit on how to handle and cope with a broken heart and how to, eventually, move on.
Dog reincarnation Stories about animal life after death real dogs' journeys through the reincarnation process .Translations in other languages.Is your heart struggling with being optimistic after the loss of your dog? Can a dog come back after they die? Do you want your dog to return? Have you wondered if pets and reincarnation is real? If so, these dog stories will answer your questions and inspire your hope and healing! "I'm Home!" a Dog's Never Ending Love Story is a collection of deeply touching real stories that show how dogs reincarnated to be with their guardian multiple times. Each dog's heartwarming experiences comforts your heart, inspires your soul and expands your awareness with poignant journeys of devotion, amazing twists of fate, inexplicable coincidences and incredible joyous reunions that irrefutably prove pet reincarnation is real! More questions about animal life after death & pet reincarnation??The Animal Reincarnation Book is the world's # 1 resource to answer your hearts' questions!It provides information about animal transition, pet loss, pet past lives, animal life after death, animals spirits and the process of pets and reincarnation. Plus there are invaluable animal communication and connection techniques that teach you "how to" communicate with your pet, touch your deceased dog's energy on the other side and much more! Plus prayers to ask your dog if, how, when, where, and in what timeframe your pet will return, and how to recognize them! BELIEVE in what your heart knows, Hold on to your faith Love is Never Ending! Visit www.BrentAtwater.com www.JustPlainLoveBooks.com Connect with Brent Atwater's global community on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Linkedn, et al
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 over the death of a loved one is not only normal, but healthy and necessary, grieving over the loss of a pet is often seen differently. Expressed feelings often go unvalidated when in truth, pet loss is a unique form of grief that can be quite intense and debilitating, increasing an individual's vulnerability to subsequent stress and leaving them feeling isolated and misunderstood. Pet loss needs to be addressed by therapists and others in the helping professions, to better enable them to help their clients through the loss of their companion animals. This unique guide is written for all professionals helping clients deal with the loss of a pet, and serves as a practical introduction to the field of human-animal bonding. Citing several case studies, it describes various techniques for helping clients when the bond with a pet is broken.
What Do I Do?: Emotions, Decisions, and Options for Healing
Author: Wendy Van de Poll
Pubpsher: Spirit Paw Press, LLC
Category: Dog owners
"My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do?" is an emotional emergency first-aid kit that will support readers with pet loss grief and pet hospice decisions. It is a handbook and journal packed with useful information. "My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do?" will support people as a close friend to accompany them on the journey of pet loss grief with unconditional love.Included are self-help journaling questions to help readers with their pet loss grief. At the end of each chapter, there are three Contemplation Questions, designed to help readers proceed even more deeply on their grief journey to become an active participant when coping with their dog's illness.