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Understanding and Managing Grief and Pet Loss, November 20 – November 26, 2022

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Anyone who has loved an animal companion knows that losing a pet hurts. The relationship we form with an animal is unique, and they are firmly woven into our being. Losing such a friend does not mean that there is suddenly a hole where they used to be. There are constant reminders of the time spent together, threads torn and left loose in the tapestry of daily life. Deep Grief for a Pet Is Normal , medical press

[U]Understanding the grief process of pet owners can better prepare professionals to foster non-judgmental spaces where clients can feel open to display their grief. In addition, providing empathy and validating the feelings any type of pet loss can cause for clients can lead to more open sharing among the community and further enhance the healing process for those bereaved by pet loss. One possible societal shift in the recognition of experience as a norm could be. New Perspectives to Consider When Dealing With People Grieving the Death of a Pet , news medical

Losing such a friend does not mean that there is suddenly a hole where they used to be. There are constant reminders of the time spent together, threads torn and left loose in the tapestry of daily life. Profound Grief for a Pet Is Normal – How to Help Yourself or a Friend Weather the Loss of a Beloved Family Member , conversation

Like all parts of life that lead down the dangerous road from reality to social media, there is something to be said for how we feel, relate to, and examine our grief when we share it online. It can be good, bad and complicated – much like the grieving process. Grief is complicated. Especially when it’s on Instagram. , Mashable

Grief is powerful and can break your heart for a lifetime, or you can learn from it and become stronger. Losing a loved one is something everyone goes through, but in the end not all survivors are. Let Suffering Make You Stronger « Kevin MD

When you’re wrapped up in grief, the last thing you want to do is deal with red tape. It’s frustrating and exhausting and emotionally crushing. And yet it is inevitable. Red tape increases grief after someone’s death Washington Post

Support for young and new doctors can make them aware that grieving a patient’s death should not be a lonely journey, write Lou Lewis and Magnolia Cardona. Doctors’ management of grief after a patient’s death « Insight +

Throughout this season of gift-giving and thanksgiving, please know that I am so grateful for those of you who continue to visit this blog for the information, comfort, and support that you need and deserve. It is my sincere wish that you find something of what you are looking for here. Blessings to you all, and from my heart to you, thank you! In Grief: Thank You Blessings « grief therapy

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