Illustrates the spiritual and tangible connections to our most ancient sense of respect for our elders, human and animal." --James Bias, President, SPCA of Texas.James Bias, President, SPCA of Texas.
Gives us pause in asking us to rethink what aging and dying are really about—loving one another unconditionally." --Bert Hayslip, Jr., Ph.D., Regents Professor of Psychology, University of North Texas.Bert Hayslip, Jr., Ph.D., Regents Professor of Psychology, University of North Texas.
Encompasses the essence of the passage of life and the responsibility to care for our elders, human and animal. --Cathy Huffer, B.A., M.Ed., D.C., Certified Animal Chiropractor, member American Veterinary Chiropractic Association
About the Author
DIANE POMERANCE received her Ph.D. in Communications from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has been certified as a Grief Recovery Specialist by the internationally recognized Grief Recovery Institute. She was trained directly by the founder of the Institute, John W. James. Dr. Pomerance counsels those grieving from any loss; however, she has a special interest in those mourning the loss of a beloved companion animal. The loss of a pet can be devastating to adults as well as children. Dr. Pomerance is an active volunteer for the SPCA of Texas, K-9 Friends Visiting Therapy Dogs of GTDOG, and the Texas Alaskan Malamute Rescue. She lives in North Texas with her husband and fourteen canine "kids".