Loving and Losing an Animal Companion by Jacquelyne Ellis - Getting Beyond the Excruciating Pain of Losing an Animal Companion

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Losing an animal companion can be one of the most painful heartaches imaginable. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to move beyond the pain, because one just often doesn’t know how. With over 85 million US households owning pets, at some point, each person will suffer that loss. There is a need for specific coping skills and mechanisms. This book offers those tools.

Their soul continues to exist, and they continue to be connected to us... by LOVE

About the Book “Loving and Losing an Animal Companion”:

This book is for someone who has lost an animal companion by whatever means and are suffering great grief or depression. When one loses an animal companion it often leaves a hole in their heart. Rarely is there a funeral for this loss to provide support and closure. That person ends up doing it on their own. But how? Where is the script? The guide?

This book has the guidance to support during these hard times with understanding from the animal’s perspective. Stories to relate to. But that’s only one part of what makes it so special. Included is a carefully crafted collection of guided audio journeys and healing meditations. They’re deeply healing, and they move it from being just another book to a truly holistic healing resource.

This book is designed to help heal the heart of the pet owner so they can complete their grief journey. At the end the memories will still be vivid but without the pain.

The “Losing and Loving an Animal Companion Kindle E Book is scheduled to be launched on Amazon on October 28th for a promotional 4-day period at 99 cents. The regular price will be $8.99. A hard copy is due to be published in December, 2020.

Visit https://www.lovingandlosing.com/ for the Amazon link and to learn about other services.

If someone is interested in writing an article or hosting a podcast with Ms. Ellis as a guest, please contact Janet Elie at janet@launch4life.com or 816-718-8668, her project manager.

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