People I encounter in pet grief support groups are often shocked to discover how bad they feel when their pets die. Statements such as “I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I didn’t feel this bad when my grandmother (acquaintance, friend, relative) died” are common. And so the question arises, why do so many of us feel the loss of a companion animal so intently – and is it normal to feel this way?
Archive | June, 2010
- Intentional Dialogue
- What IS Imago Relationship Therapy, Anyway?
- Imago’s roots in Psychology – A layman’s Guide
- Imago Relationship Therapy
- The Imago Dialogue – 101
- Choosing Life in Loss
- The Only Way Out is Through
- The Gift and Challenge of Sensitivity
- Psychology and Spirituality
- The Mourner’s Bill of Rights