Sunday, February 21, 2021

Understanding and Managing Grief & Pet Loss, February 14 - February 20, 2021

Best selections from Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:

 A good death is achieved by advocating for, and acting on, what is safest for the pet, what is most meaningful for the caregiver, and what will nourish the veterinary team. The “good death” revolution—Companion animal euthanasia in the modern age « Veterinary Practice News

With time and work, you can feel better—but that doesn’t necessarily happen in the “stages of grief.”  How to Deal With Grief — 6 Tips to Cope With a Painful Loss « Prevention

The image of what I did to my cat to get him euthanized is tormenting me; his last exchange with his 'mom' was harsh. I have no peace because I cannot tell him how I loved him. Pet Loss: Finding Peace After Euthanasia « Grief Healing

 Parkland parent Fred Guttenberg’s book Find the Helpers implores us to find hope and purpose in the face of loss. Grief is Love with No Place to Go « Mindful 

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