Grieving for an animal can be a lonely place. The loss is real for everyone, including young children and grandparents living in the same household. Yet pet loss is not commonly understood. Those who grieve over pets often encounter a dismissive attitude, which adds to their pain. By acknowledging the loss, recovery can begin.
“I was stuck in an emotionally abusive marriage for over 30 years. This Program has given a voice to my years of misery. It has allowed me to cry my heart out. That was the start of being able to move past my hurts, wounds and memories. I am a changed person today. I have moved on and am able to go back to being a lively person once again.” – A.C., March 2018
Business failure and job retrenchment can bring about the onset of grief, especially as it relates to one’s identity, ability to provide for the family, and the loss of one’s home, savings and financial assets.