Pet Loss and What to Write
Are you looking for a way to express your pet loss grief feelings that is a little bit different—yet full of love and healing?
At this point in your journey, you may be feeling that you want something distinctive and unique. Somewhat special—that reflects your relationship with your pet.
A Touch More
Something with depth, meaning, or even something creative.
If you read any of my books or had a session with me you may remember me talking about how important it is to keep your grief moving. I can’t stress this enough.
Grief loves to set up housekeeping in your soul and essence. Only to show up again when you least expect it.
This my friend can be exhausting and unhealthy.
Pet Loss What To Write—Let’s Give Grief a Voice
You may find it helpful to do some writing. Getting your words out on paper allows your emotions to flow out of your body and muscle memory. Creating peace and hope in your world.
Many of my students who take my Writing a Love Letter to Heal Your Pet Loss Grief experience such profound life changing and a-ha moments. They even feel a deeper connection with their beloved companion who has passed.
When you put a pen to paper it can open up new ways enrich your journey of grief and loss. It can keep the grief feelings moving instead of becoming stagnant.
You Don’t Like to Write?
That is okay. Try recording into your phone. Whatever is comfortable for you. The important thing is to get your emotions out.
Here are 5 Benefits for Expressing Your Love to Your Pet
- Discover an intuitive, calm, and soul touching experience for healing your heart.
- Provides a profound way to express the profound love you have for your pet.
- Gives you a quick support tool when grief pops up as a surprise.
- Provides a way to give grief a voice so that your heart can rest.
- Offers a way for you to write a personal letter that is unique to you and your pet.
Insight . . . Pet Loss and What to Write
Give your grief a voice. You will feel lighter. A gentleness will fill your heart.
~ Wendy Van de Poll, MS, CEOL
- When you write or record your voice you will feel supported. Keep this in mind.
- Remember this is not about perfection. Your letter is private for you and your beloved companion
- This healing process is about love—the unconditional kind—no judgement.