Best Pet Loss Grief Books
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1. Signs From Pets In The Afterlife: Identifying Messages From Pets In Heaven
Author: by Lyn Ragan
Signs from beloved pets are seen by thousands every day. Some communications are received in ways that do require an acute awareness as well as more interpretation. From the Heavens above, Signs are shared by deceased pets to connect with their families they left behind.
Many times, these gifts are unseen or are difficult to identify. Learning to speak the Language of Spirit requires practice but once identified, the joy of hearing from your Pet in Spirit can bring great comfort. This book is an ABC’s narrative for identifying signs, messages, and signals from the Afterworld.
It shares a simple way to look for, and read, communications from Pets in the Hereafter. For anyone looking to continue their relationship with a beloved Pet in the Afterlife, this book can help you identify their Gifts from Heaven.
Love lives forever… And so do our Souls…
2. Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children
Author: by Bryan Mellonie
When the death of a relative, a friend, or a pet happens or is about to happen … How can we help a child to understand? Lifetimes is a moving book for children of all ages, even parents too. It lets us explain life and death in a sensitive, caring, beautiful way.
Lifetimes tells us about beginnings.And about endings. And about living in between. With large, wonderful illustrations, it tells about plants.About animals.About people. It tells that dying is as much a part of living as being born. It helps us to remember.
It helps us to understand.Lifetimes … A very special, very important book for you and your child. The book that explainsbeautifullythat all living things have their own special Lifetimes.
3. Good Grief: A Companion for Every Loss
Author: by Granger E. Westberg
With more than three million copies in print, discover timeless wisdom for all who grieve the loss of a job, a friendship, a move, or a loved one. For more than fifty years Good Grief has helped millions of readers, including NFL players and a former first lady, find comfort, understand their emotions and regain hope after loss.
This classic text identifies ten stages of grief – shock, emotion, depression, physical distress, panic, guilt, anger, resistance, hope, and acceptance – but recognizing that grief is complex and deeply personal, defines no “right” way to grieve. Good Grief offers valuable insights on the emotional and physical responses persons may experience during the natural process of grieving something as small as a change in plans to something as traumatic and final as death.
Reflection questions sprinkled throughout the book help readers explore their own experience with each stage of the grieving process. Good Grief includes a foreword by Dr. Timothy Johnson, a leading communicator of medical health care information. An afterword by the author’s daughters tells how the book came to be.
4. The Invisible String Workbook: Creative Activities to Comfort, Calm, and Connect
Author: by Patrice Karst
This must-have companion to the picture book phenomenon The Invisible String – which has sold half a million copies to date – uses more than 50 art and writing activities (plus bonus reflection cards! To help build self-esteem and healthy relationships, and to celebrate the power of love.
The bestselling picture book The Invisible String has been used successfully by countless parents, caregivers, therapists, and organizations who work with people coping with separation. Now, The Invisible String Workbook allows readers of all ages who have experienced any kind of separation or loss to delve deeper into their relationships, to engage in healing conversations, and to build stronger attachments.
Written in collaboration with Dana Wyss, PhD, an art therapist who has used The Invisible String in clinics for years, this 112-page write-in book will help spread the power of The Invisible String to the communities who most need it – whether it be teachers in the early days of the school year, military families, counselors at grief camps, or everyday families nurturing connections with their loved ones.
5. The Amazing Afterlife of Animals: Messages and Signs From Our Pets On The Other Side
Author: by Karen A Anderson
#1 Bestseller & Winner of 16 National and International Literary AwardsIf you are grieving the loss of your beloved pet the uplifting and insightful stories within these chapters will help you break through your grief so you can begin healing. Included are actual messages from departed animals who share details about what they experienced as their life ended and from beyond the veil of the afterlife.
You will discover how pets feel about dying, euthanasia, cremation, reincarnation and so much more. Award-winning Animal Communicator and Afterlife Expert, Karen Anderson, reveals tantalizing evidence that our pets communicate with us throughout their lives as well as after their physical death.
This former deputy sheriff shares how she followed this unusual path of understanding the animals and discloses actual cases where pets on crime scenes provide eye-witness accounts. The detailed accuracy of the animals’ messages may surprise you and may even present new perspectives about life after death.
6. Death Note Notebook with Quotes of Characters, College Ruled Notebook With More than 120 Pages.: Notebook can be used for College Journal, Notes and for Drawings
Author: by Rubeka Forman
College Ruled Death Note Notebook Journal for Anime Lover with “How to Use It” Rules and Cosplay. Death Note Quotes on every alternate page of Death Note famous Anime Character’s L Lawliet Light Yagami Ryuk Mello Soichiro Yagami Misa Amane Near RemExample of some Quotes included in the Death Note Notebook Journal Being alone is better than being with the wrong person No matter how fitted you are: You alone cannot change the world Sometimes, the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.
If you didn’t find your favorite Quote of your favorite Anime Character, feel free to inform us, we will add it in new edition. So what are you waiting for JUST CLICK THE ADD TO CART BUTTON NOWAbout Notebook: Perfect for: Cosplay Costume – Daily Use – Writing Notes – Drawing – Journaling – Doodling – Making Your Lists – Creative Writing – School Notes – Great Gift For Death Note Fans Merch: Anime Merch Pages: The notebook contains 120 pages Size: Cover Size: 6″ x 9″ Page Size: 6″ x 9″ Cover: We have used High-Quality Paperback/Paperboard Cover Paper: Printed on White PaperAll rights reserved for the original creators “Tsugumi Ohba & Takeshi Obata”
7. Goodbye, Friend: Healing Wisdom for Anyone Who Has Ever Lost a Pet
Author: by Gary Kowalski
New World Library
From the moment pets come into our lives, we know the day will arrive when we have to say farewell. Still, we are never emotionally prepared for the last adieu. In Goodbye, Friend, Gary Kowalski takes you on a journey of healing, offering warmth and sound advice on how to cope with the death of your pet.
Filled with heartwarming stories and practical guidance on such matters as taking care of yourself while mourning, creating rituals to honor your pet’s memory, and talking to children about death, Goodbye, Friend is a beautiful and comforting book for anyone grieving the loss of a beloved animal.
8. For Every Dog an Angel
Author: by Christine Davis
For Every Dog An Angel celebrates the timeless connection between people and their “forever dogs.” From the moment a puppy is born, the book tells us, a guardian angel is there to welcome the puppy into the world and to help the pup understand what makes it so very special.
Dogs will share their love with anyone and never ask for anything in return. From time to time, if a certain person and a certain dog meet, something happens that is just like magic! It’s as if they have known each other before.
And the guardian angel knows her dog has found its forever person and nothing – not even time nor space – will ever separate them. Filled with colorful illustrations, this charming little book will enchant dog lovers young and old and bring comfort to anyone who has had to say goodbye to a beloved dog companion.
9. Losing My Best Friend: Thoughtful support for those affected by dog bereavement or pet loss
Author: by Jeannie Wycherley
Bark at the Moon Books
Remember me with tears and laughter. Remember me though it hurts to do so, because the pain you have is equal to the love we shared. There is no goodbye if you carry me in your heart. Remember all the joy we shared, because there was so much of it for both of us.
Herbie Longfellow AlderdiceAre you a dog owner who is in the process of losing your best friend to illness? Or have you lost your beloved friend and you are struggling to get over them? Pet bereavement is tough. Not everyone sympathises with you.
Jeannie Wycherley chose to write this book after the loss of her beloved boy, Herbie, because she was hurt by the repetition of the phrase, he was just a dog. She realised that her grief transcended that tired notion – one tritely rolled out by people who think they’re being helpful and supportive, failing to realise the guilt and shame many pet owners already experience when they are locked deep in mourning.
Losing my Best Friend: thoughtful support for those affected by dog bereavement or pet loss’ offers practical advice about what to do when your dog passes away, including tips on helping your children or other pets cope with the loss, designing your own ceremony to celebrate your dog’s life, and creating memorials.
10. The Rainbow Bridge
Author: by Steve Bodofsky
The Rainbow Bridge poem tells about a special place, where your furry friends go when their time on earth is over and done. It offers a promise of a shared tomorrow with your very best friends one that will last forever.
And unlike the stories that identify as poems, this book offers a real poem, with rhyming couplets and rhythmic stanzas. The result is truly memorable prose that carries you to a place of comfort and happiness. But what really sets the Rainbow Bridge book apart from anything you’ve ever seen its original artwork.
Each couplet has its own, two-page spread, presenting the artists’ rendition of the Bridge in all its rich and glorious detail. Not just simple illustrations, each spread is an artistic masterpiece that you’ll want to hang on your walls. If you’ve ever loved and lost a furry friend, this is the book you’ll want on your bookshelf or coffee table.
And it’s something you’ll want to share with your two-legged friends who’ve had to say farewell to pets of their own.
11. I Will See You in Heaven
Author: by Jack Wintz
Expanded edition of the original bestseller! Friar Jack Wintz’s bestselling book now includes readers’ photos of their beloved four-footed companions who are waiting for them in heaven where Friar Jack reassures us, with simple teachings from scripture and St. Francis of Assisi, we will see them again!
Our God is a God of overflowing love, goodness, and beauty who is ready to give over everything to those he loves. This goodness is reflected in the whole family of creation. When God says of any creature, whether human or nonhuman, that it is good or very good, it’s not simply a matter of moral goodness.
The creature also has an inherent goodness and beautya beauty that reflects God, who is Beauty itself. Cover photo: Hollie Betzler (2001-2018), Michigan’s first grief therapy dog, served faithfully at her family’s funeral home and area nursing homes for 16 years, giving a comforting paw at just the right time to just the right person.
Her family anticipates her serving the same role at the gates of heaven, where she now waits for them.
12. Only Gone From Your Sight: Jack McAfghan's Little Guide to Pet Loss and Grief
Author: by Kate McGahan
Written from your pet’s perspective, every page in this book is full of love and loyalty from beyond the grave. Let the voice of your best friend guide you to the other side of grief. You will never look at life or death the same way again!
Author Kate McGahan brings 35 years of clinical hospice and end-of-life care into this powerful and life-changing book. What will you do when I must leave?How do you prepare? Why do some of us suffer? What happens when we die?
Why don’t some people understand? Based on the wisdom and teachings of our favorite four-legged grief counselor, Jack McAfghan, this book is designed to bring comfort and inspiration at your time of personal loss. As the appointed Rainbow Bridge representative, Jack will answer many questions you have asked and many questions you have not yet thought to ask.
Learn the secret language that will help you communicate with your pets no matter where they are. He walks you gently through the five stages of grief. He will prepare you for the inevitable, teach you to make peace with decisions you may ultimately have to make and help you to understand that the end of this life is not the end of life at all.
13. Soul Comfort for Cat Lovers: Coping Wisdom for Heart and Soul After the Loss of a Beloved Feline
Author: by Liz Eastwood
“More than just another book on pet loss. Reading this book is like talking to a friend who knows you almost better than you know yourself… It doesn’t stop at just helping you through the grief… It will help you find an even deeper connection to your lost loved ones.” – Ingrid King, ConsciousCat.
Com, author of Buckley’s Story and Purrs of WisdomIf the loss of a feline friend has hit you particularly hard, know you are not alone. In Soul Comfort for Cat Lovers, you will find validation, coping insights, and practical wisdom conveyed with spiritual warmth.
Author Liz Eastwood weaves her own experiences with advice from grief experts and stories from cat lovers to help you: process your feelings and recognize them as normal, create something positive out of the energy of grief, cultivate a continued sense of connection to your cat, deal with inconvenient grief, and strengthen your natural coping reserves.
This book also explores evidence of the most soulful of soul comforts: the possibility of the continuation of your loved one’s spiritand your connection to that spiritafter death. This topic is discussed from a perspective of open-minded curiosity, without bringing in any particular dogma or religion.
14. Barking at the Moon
Author: by Tracy Beckerman
How do you housebreak a dog in a hurricane? When Riley comes into her family’s life, award-winning humor columnist Tracy Beckerman realizes she got a lot more than she bargained for. From tracking wet cement through the house to shredding the family’s underwear, Riley is a one-dog wrecking ball.
Yet this lovable retriever also brings joy, laughter, and a renewed sense of wonder into the household. At times hilarious and heartwarming, Barking at the Moon speaks to life’s growing pains, and to mothering children both human and furry. With Beckerman’s trademark wit and heart, she reminds us that no matter what stage of life we’re in, we can learn a lot from the dogs who teach us how to stop and enjoy the ride.