Grieving For A Pet – Will it Always Feel the Same? ~ Myth #6


Grieving for a Pet
Today we are going to talk about Myth #6 when Grieving for a Pet. There are 11-mini articles that I am sharing with you about how to recognize the myths and how you can survive them.

Finding your center, strength, and heart through grieving for a pet can be a whirlwind. Be sure you have a great support team and read all you can about these myths in this series of articles.

Yet before we get into Myth #6 of grieving for a pet  lets quickly look at the Myths we covered so far. You can click on their links to read more.

Myth 

#1 ~It is Selfish and extravagant to mourn and spend time grieving for a pet when our world has so much human suffering.

#2 ~You must follow the seven stages of grief in exact order so you can truly heal your pain.

 #3 ~There is a right and wrong way when grieving for a pet.

#4The best thing to do is to grieve and mourn alone, especially because it is just a pet.

 #5 I have to be “Strong” in my grief.

 Myth #6 — Grieving for a pet will always feel the same and shouldn’t take long to deal with.

 Debunking ~ NEVER! And that is okay. Our grief changes as each day goes by. You will never forget your animal companion. Yet, your feelings of grief will change.

Never feel like you have to rush through your grief journey. It takes time. Patience comes in handy when you are in the beginning stages of grief.

The goal for healing your pet loss is not to “get over it.” We never stop feeling grief for losing a pet. But we learn to move forward in life again with fond memories.

Myth #6 Grieving for a Pet Action Step

List 5 fond memories that you have for your companion animal. Say them every morning when you wake up.

More Support!

If you would like more support please reach out to me. I have many services that can help you to never feel alone again with your pet loss grief. 

Pet Loss Grief Support

Animal Mediumship

Pet Funerals

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