Hello and welcome back...glad to see you here. I hope your enjoyed the time you get to spend with your parents...that time is very special also. Most of all thank you so very much for sharing this. I think I will do a grief letter/journal also. It is never to late to do this and I'm sure it will help me a lot. It is still so very hard for me and I know it has to be for my Richelle. Her other dog is dealing better at the moment but she has been having some real issues with missing him. She can't remember her life without him so it is a major adjustment for her also.
Thank you so much for this wonderful message. I am so glad that God had you write this message and I was able to read it today. It was just meant to be as our internet system has been down for two days and isn't supposed to be worked until later tonight. The first thing I saw was your comment on my page saying you had joined this team.
I am going to get The Grief Recovery HandBook by James and Friedman. I think it will be very helpful for me.
This past week has been extra hard for me as it was also the anniversary of the death of Richelle's father and the love of my life...17 years of missing a very wonderful man.
May God bless you as you continue your journey to a healthier you.
Edited by: MOMMA_BEAR_69 at: 5/31/2009 (20:45)
Helen/Southwestern PA Joined SP 9/23/2007
Co-leader of The Rainbow Bridge--Grieving the Loss of a Pet Spark Team
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