You are not alone if you accidentally hurt your beloved furry friend or animal companion. Coping with guilt after your pet dies is more common than you think, even if you chose to put your furry friend down for health reasons. These tips on how to cope with guilty feelings after your pet dies will show you that you are not alone, and help you heal.
One of the hardest parts of owning a hunting dog or a terrier with “ratter” lineage is seeing your dog kill a squirrel. I never dreamed I’d say “My dog killed a squirrel” – nor did I realize how guilty and sad I’d feel.
Are you tired of beating yourself up for the mistakes you made? These reasons to forgive yourself for what you’ve done will help you move forward in peace. I’m reading Love Has Wings: Free Yourself from Limiting Beliefs and Fall in Love with Life, and I love it. It’s about accepting yourself, your life, and the choices you made — […]
If you want to break your bad habits (eg, smoking, binge eating, nail biting), check out these tips from a psychologist and author. He explains how to achieve your goals and get what you want out of life! Before the tips, a quip: “Each time you do something new you become something new,” says psychologist Kenneth Herman, author of Secrets From […]
Two veterinarians describe how they coped with their pets’ death; their words of wisdom may help you say good-bye, grieve, and heal after your pet dies. “Death…is not more than passing from one room into another,” said Helen Keller. “But there’s a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room, I shall be able to see.” Imagine that your beloved […]