How to Say Goodbye to Your Special Pet
by Jenny Heart on Jan 04, 2009 with 5 Comments
Love is hard to understand sometimes, especially when you have just lost your pet. You feel like your heart is breaking, and you don’t know how to overcome this overwhelming feeling of lose.
Crying is essential , so you can find closer. Don’t feel like your weak if you cry, crying is a way of letting your body and mind release all fears, and let you go on knowing you did the best you could.
Love is sharing, and bonding, and remembering all those special moments, you both shared. Think of them often. This will help in the feeling that their love will be right beside your heart always
You may just receive a miracle, if you let your heart feel the peace that passes all understanding.
You may just have learned the meaning of sacrifice, by giving all your love to one of God’s creatures. It may have taught you to love and value everyone in your family a little more. Life is short! Live it well!
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Have a burial ceremony outside in your back yard. Lay something special in there with him, like a picture, or a special note that says how much they meant to you.
Say a few words to them. Tell your pet you love him, and always will. Say anything that is laying on your heart. This is your special goodbye to a very special friend. Pour your heart out. It’ll be good for you,
You will never forget him. Think of your dearly departed friend often, you will soon have a smile on your face, that lets you know he’ll always be in your heart.
Saying goodbye is hard,however learning to be happy ,remembering them is better.
Remember the joy that was given and received.
Your memories, whether it be on a photograph, or just in your thought, this is something you have to hold on to and carry with you in your hearts forever. You’re really still on a jouney together.
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