Sadly, all of us pawrents will come to the point where we must say goodbye to our beloved companion. But oftentimes our society feels that our grief is unwarranted, tells us that our companion was “just a dog” and we should move on.
For those of us who “get it,” we understand that pet loss is a devastating experience. It can sometimes take months before we feel like smiling again, and feel a sense of peace about our pet’s last days on earth.
Author Robin Jean Brown understands that deep sense of loss, and her compassionate pet loss book, “How to ROAR: Recovering from the Grief of Pet Loss,” will help you through your darkest hours.
If you find yourself becoming overwhelmed by grief, you can download Robin’s book immediately, for $17.
In a compassionate style that is neither too clinical or too depressing, her interactive workbook-style method will help you work through your pain. Every chapter has journaling questions that will validate the sorrow that you’re feeling, as Robin leads you to create your own unique story of you and your beloved pet.
Step by step, in an interactive format, you will learn to work through your grief, and cope with your loss through a unique method she coined “ROAR.”
R = Respect your loss and grief
O = Own your reality
A = Affirm yourself
R = Reclaim your life
Readers have given Robin’s book a lot of applawse. You can read a review of “How to ROAR” on About.com, as well as others on Amazon.com.
Order “How to ROAR” by downloading it here,or, if you prefer a hard copy or want to give this book to a friend coping with pet loss, you can order How to ROAR: Pet Loss Grief Recovery through Amazon.