Pet Death

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Baywood Pub., 2004 - Family & Relationships - 161 pages
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In Pet Death, Dr. Straub addresses issues and feelings commonly encountered after the death of a pet. Practical guidelines are provided for coping with feelings of loss and sorrow. Many questions arise from the difficult topic of euthanasia, and in this book, the medical aspect of this procedure is explained in simple language.
Dr. Straub uses her own personal experiences as well as her education in mental health counseling to help others understand what they are feeling following the death of a pet. If you are anticipating or coping with the loss of a pet in your life and wish to better understand the grief that accompanies such a loss, Pet Death will provide you with the information, comfort, and support you need.

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Contents

CHAPTER2
9
CHAPTER 4
33
CHAPTER 7
53
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About the author (2004)

Sandra Helene Straub is a Certified Death Educator and Grief Counselor with the Association of Death Education and Counseling, and grief counselor for the Humane Society of Martin County. Dr. Straub is an adjunct professor at Barry University and Webster University.

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