Pet Loss eBooks – to Help You Let Go of an Animal You Love


Farewell, Friend: A Gentle Guide to Saying Goodbye to Your Dog

I’m so sorry for your loss. It always hurts to say goodbye – and you may be surprised at how terrible you feel. I understand. I’ve lost two dogs and four cats, and each loss brought its own unique pain. But my heart healed – and I’m here to help you through this.

Kitty Comfort Coping With Cat Loss

 

Life without your pet is a sad adjustment of heart and home. Whether your loss was planned or accidental, you’re grieving the end of a season of your life…and you’ll never be the same.

 

You’ll find companionship, hope, and healing here. I guarantee you’ll feel better as soon as you open your email, see your ebook, and read a message from me.

 

These comforting, encouraging guidebooks are pdf files that are easy to read on any device – and they’re on sale for only $7 US.

 

It’s time to start healing and letting go. You’ll never forget your beloved dog or cat, but you will feel less alone. You won’t “get over it”, but you will feel less burdened by grief, guilt, or regret. Your heart will heal, your spirits will lift, and your soul will lighten.

When you order my ebook, you receive my personal email address. You can contact me directly if there are any glitches with the delivery system. I also offer a money-back guarantee – so if you aren’t happy with your ebook, I’ll refund your money.

 

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Farewell, Friend: A Gentle Guide to Saying Goodbye to Your Dog

 

A free gift for you: when you buy one of my pet loss ebooks, you get the other one at no charge. Simply send me an email and tell me which one you bought; I’ll send you the other one.

 

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Kitty Comforts: Help and Hope for Coping With the Loss of Your Cat

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Table of Contents

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Time doesn’t heal all wounds;

it’s how you spend your time that helps you heal

or keeps you stuck in pain and grief.

 

The three most important parts of recovering from pet loss are accepting, remembering, and healing. Each section contains 5 chapters of fresh insights, suggestions, and activities – all focused on helping you accept your loss, remember your beloved cat or dog, and heal your heart.

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Part 1: Accepting Your Loss

  1. Reject the Myth That “Time Heals All Wounds”
  2. Understand Why Pet Loss Hurts So Much
  3. Explore Practical Ways to Cope With Regret
  4. Learn How to Deal With Guilty Feelings
  5. Surrender to Your Emotions – the Whole Catastrophe

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Part 2: Remembering Your Pet

  1. Honor Your Pet’s Memory
  2. Choose Your Companions Carefully
  3. Say Goodbye to Your Pet Without Falling to Pieces
  4. Create Peace and Comfort in Your Home
  5. Listen for the Roar of Something Greater

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Part 3: Healing Your Heart

  1. Learn How to Forgive Yourself
  2. Face Your Grief and Let Go of the Pain
  3. Pay Attention to Your Progress
  4. Rest in the Peace of a Healing Heart
  5. Find Out How the Story Ends

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Your beloved pet is resting in peace…and it’s time to say farewell.

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Farewell, Friend: A Gentle Guide to Saying Goodbye to Your Dog
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About Me

Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen She Blossoms blogs

My name is Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen; I’m a writer with 25 years of teaching, social work, and counseling experience. I created the “She Blossoms” blog series in 2008 and have been earning a living as a blogger and writer since then.

As an experienced freelance writer, I’ve been published in magazines such as Woman’s Day, Reader’s Digest, Women’s Health, and More. My undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Education, and I have a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of British Columbia. I also have vast amounts of professional and personal experience with loss, letting go, and Blossoming into who I was created to be.

I live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband Bruce and my two dogs, Georgie and Tiffy. We also have a cat called Nunki, who is older than both dogs and bigger than my little white dog Tiffy!

Again, I’m sorry you lost your beloved pet. May your heart heal and your soul be restored.

In peace and passion,
Laurie


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9 thoughts on “Pet Loss eBooks – to Help You Let Go of an Animal You Love

  • Janet Lee

    HI thank you for your excellent readings here… I had abby 3 my third old English sheepdog and I surrendered her to the shelter… I feel so sad it took me 2 weeks without her and really hit me. My father died sept 12 ,2017 and I was so sad and stressed out I for sure was not thinking straight.. now here I am feeling horrible I rehomed her.. I have some macaws I rescued and abby always wanted to go after the birds and she would of killed them I could not risk it… I had this dog since she was 8 weeks old I thought she will be fine if she grows up with the birds… she was not… Abby was 16 months old… and not slowing down.. I did it for Abby 🙁 I know she would get a family who loved her and maybe some kids she loved children to play with her.. she was a great girl but I had my birds for 14 years…. missing her terribly,… hope I will get over this losing my father and now abby.. it is close to 3 weeks without her now… It is like a death to me but I know it isn’t but still feels like it.. I will have to start to Pray about this…. really hit home past 3 days when I cleaned under my bed and found all of her favorite toys… 🙁 God Bless you all and good luck healing….

  • Aileen

    This year my health has been bad and unfortunately i’m rehoming my 11th month old standard poodle and it brakes my heart so bad because i love her so much but i feel like i let her down and i’m disappointed in myself for not being able to give her the life she deserves so the family that is going to take her is picking her up tomorrow and i feel so bad and guilty but reading this really helped me understand that yes it hurts but she will be happy and knowing that she is happy is all that i want even if it’s not with me because she deserves that.

  • M. Hart

    Last year was filled with loss, fiancee, left me for a very rich woman on Valentine’s Day, my American oriental kitty Jasper, due to kidney failure, (he was the joy of my life.) A boyfriend due to health issues (surgery), a gentleman due to his ED, an old friend (deceased), the home I worked so hard to complete when husband of 28years was ill and died, this house I sold to please my fiancee. Loss of money, A dear friend that is moving to Mexico for a low cost life. A friend due to political differences. My heart is heavy, looking for joy. Loss is a learning journey. One that friends help u through the dark cloud.

  • Cathy

    Thank you, Laurie for your blog and words of wisdom,
    It has helped me to know that it is ok to still cry and be able to just be myself
    I miss my cat, Lucky very very much, she was 17 and passed away August 2017
    She was my life and my best friend
    She made my life better,
    Thanks again

  • Dr. Naveed Yazdani

    Bhola my male siamese spent 10 and a half beautiful years with us before crossing over to the Afterworld on 18th November. He slept with me, didn’t let me shout on phone, played with me, in short loved me.
    There is not a single moment when I don’t think about him. I know my Allah is helping me but am I making enough efforts? Can I let the beautiful 3780 days and nights spent with him let go?
    People advise me to have another cat. But who can replace Bhola?

  • Salomi

    Hi Laurie,
    Thanks for your inspirational words.
    When my dog died I cried daily for a month, and I’m not a crying person!

    Getting another dog is a good idea in some cases, it may help the feeling of loss.

    I’ve lost two Rottweiler lady doggies – Tootsie and Cara.
    Although I’ve made peace with it, the feeling of loss will never go away.

    I’ve learned that that guilty feelings about the dog plays a major part in getting over it. So, appreciate and enjoy every moment with you beloved pet. Treat it the best you can so that you can know it’s had a good life once it’s gone. That’s the best you can do for you furrry friend.

    Luv
    S

  • Derah

    Somehow, after traipsing all over the internet I discovered yr site. I enjoy yr uplifting messages as I am nothing but a lost soul living in this crazy world. I think I should start to listen to podcasts too but first need to figure out how to. But keep sharing & caring – it does filter thru

    A lost soul Derah

  • Janet Hill

    I am having a hard time leaving. My cockapoo Gunner is my baby but I am having a hard time finding an apartment that I can afford. I don’t like how my abuser treats him, yelling at him putting his hand up like he is going to hit him. Gunner sleeps with me and stays by my side all the time. I take a shower and both dogs are waiting for me outside the door. Brady the English bulldog has critical heart problems he will be 12 in Nov. I have PTSD Gunner immediately barks when my abuser comes near me when I am sleeping. He is my hero! I don’t think I can just leave him behind.