10 Ways to Cope with Pet Loss
Master Energy Healer/Practitioner
Anyone who has had a pet transition can find it challenging to cope with the heart break, intense pain and emotional chaos. No matter what type of pet you owned, coping with the grief of losing it is an intensely personal process.
In order to understand how to process the grief, let’s briefly review the five stages of grief.
You may move through these stages very quickly or linger in each stage for a prolonged period of time.
Pet grief is very dynamic and often misunderstood. The pet owner can be shocked by the intensity and emotional turmoil associated with the death of a pet. When the brain experiences emotional trauma it takes just a few seconds for an emotional response to kick in and become associated with it. That is why when we recall the memory, we get an emotional response no matter how much time has passed. The more physical response tied to the memory, the harder it is to release it.
The longer we hold on to emotional anguish, the more we poke it, prod it, recall it and relive it, the more embedded the detrimental emotions become
Our emotions become a tangled-up mess we are unable to process, let go of and hold us hostage in a time and place we no longer wish to be in.
They say time heals all wounds but in reality, in order to heal and recover we have to actually release the emotions tied to the memory from our body. There are a variety of ways to accomplish this. They are all safe, effective and work relatively fast.
As a master energy practitioner/ healer here are my favorite ways to help clients release pet grief
EFT tapping…Emotional Freedom Technique
TAT…Tapas Acupressure Technique
Guided visualization to connect with pet heart to heart on the spiritual plane
These techniques work all the time. No need to believe to receive.
In the meantime, here are 10 coping methods I find work well to start on the path to healing and recovery
Certified Pet Loss Specialist
Certified Master Energy Healer/ Practitioner