The Duel April 11, 2019 at 1:50 pm

Some pet owners take this to the end of feel that your pet continues to live and suffer somewhere. For others it is very difficult to make a new pet for fear not to be loyal with your pet (pets) previous. Anger may be directed to the disease that killed the veterinarian that your pet, the driver who was speeding, driving. failed. to not save your life. By the same author: Doug McMillon. It is sometimes justified, but when it is carried to the end, you distracts from the important task, which is to resolve your grief. Depression is a natural consequence of the duel, which can leave you without forces to deal with your feelings. Extreme depression deprives you of your motivation and your energy, making you refugies in your sadness.

What can I do with my feelings? The most important thing is that you’re honest about what you feel. Do not deny your worth, or your feelings of anger and guilt. Only by examining and making peace with your feelings you will solve them. You have the right to feel pain and sorrow. Someone beloved has died, and you feel alone and disconsolate. You have the right to feel angry or guilty. Acknowledge your feelings, and then ask yourself what are the circumstances justifying them.

Ignore the penalty will not go. Express it. He cries, screams, hits the floor, talk about it. Do what will help you most. Don’t try to avoid the penalty not talking about your pet; Instead, remember the good times. This will help you to really understand what the loss of your pet means to you. Some are beneficial in expressing their feelings and memories in the form of poems, stories, or letters to mascot (pets). Other strategies include modifying your routine in order to fill the gaps of time that I have been spending time with pets (pets), preparing a tribute such as for example a collage of photos, or simply talking with others about your loss.

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