Don’t ever let anyone dismiss the loss of your companion animal. Be it cat, dog or iguana, for millions of us, the loss of our dearest friend can be a devastating experience.
Anyone who has ever grieved the loss of an animal companion understands how the raw emotion can catch you off-guard. It’s a long hard road to travel, one that is often lonely, and sometimes it can take months before we feel like smiling again, much less opening up our hearts to another furry friend.
Author Robin Jean Brown understands that deep sense of loss, and her compassionate pet loss book, “How to ROAR: Recovering from the Grief of Pet Loss” will help you through your raw emotions, and recover faster than if you go it alone
Her compassionate style and interactive workbook-style method is appreciated by those who don’t want a book that’s too depressing, or too clinical. Robin has included journaling questions and space for writing your thoughts, things that will validate the sorrow that you’re feeling, while creating the unique story of you and your beloved pet.
Step by step, in an interactive format, you will learn to work through your grief, and cope with your loss through a unique method she coined “ROAR.”
R = Respect your loss and grief
O = Own your reality
A = Affirm yourself
R = Reclaim your life
Whether this book is for you, or for a friend coping with pet loss, you can order your copy of “How to ROAR” through Amazon today.
Or, if you want immediate help, a downloadable e-book version of “How to ROAR” is immediately available here for just $17.