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Coping with Sorrow on the Loss of Your Pet Paperback – September 18, 2007
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Am I losing my mind? Is this such a rare concept that no one seems to think it's important enough to address?
Then the book goes on to talk about how one will never heal unless that anger can be released through forgiveness. Am I the only one who thinks that is utterly adsurd? Forgive the disease? How on earth is someone expected to do that?
I got some relief when Moira said that the greatest act of love you will ever offer your pet is when you unselfishly make the decision to end your pet's life due to illness, pain, or injury. I guess that says it all. It doesn't make it feel any better. I know that 4 weeks hence it was still the right thing to do for my boy. As she says you will never get over the loss. The best we can hope for is to be able to live with it and make peace with it. I hope that one day I am comfortable in being alone and not feeling the loss of his presence. I wish I was in that place right now, or even close, but I'm not. I'm a little surprised as to just how badly I feel after 4 weeks but then that is testament to the amount of love I had for my boy. I knew it was going to hurt but didn't know it was going to hurt this bad and for this long. Read this book and read every other book you can find, and just hang on. No one else can feel what you are feeling and that is a very lonely and solitary experience that can only be endured if you are honest with yourself and your emotions and feelings.