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Recover from the Grief of Pet Loss
















“Who Else Wants To Move Forward
Through The Grief of Pet Loss... Rather Than Sitting And Crying Helplessly?”



Using Robin Jean Brown’s Dependable ROAR Method.


If you loved your pet, this special guide is necessary...to get the help you need right now. Instantly. Even if it's 3 in the morning.






 


“Robin, when I lost my dog after 11 wonderful years, I was devastated. I felt all alone without my beloved companion. When I tried talking to people, they would laugh and tell me it’s just a dog.

After reading your guide and doing the exercises, I’m feeling tremendously better than before. I’m still grieving, but I’m thankful that now I have a helpful resource to comfort me.”


Jennifer T.
South Carolina



 






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changes that come to you. You&rsquo;ll know what you want out of life. You&rsquo;ll
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Publisher








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&ldquo;This is the best guide on the subject of pet loss that I have ever

read. From an emotional standpoint, the loss of a dear pet is a

subject that can every bit as painful to the sufferer as it is for

those who grieve the loss of a close human relative. Robin Jean

Brown's guide deals with a delicate topic with deep understanding and

insight.



The problem that the griever faces is that they simply don't know how

to handle pet bereavement. "How to ROAR" takes the reader through the

stages of grief (and beyond, toward the ROAR process that Robin

created), helping the reader to understand exactly what to expect.

She also gives helpful tips on other topics most people do not know

how to deal with, such as how to help a child grieve and what to say

to a friend who has suffered a loss.



The best part of Robin's book is the Journaling Questions that she has

interspersed throughout the text. They are self-help and

self-expression exercises that will help the reader move through his

or her grief. "How to ROAR" is kind, understanding, and pertinent,

and I strongly recommend it to anyone facing the sadness of pet death.&rdquo;


Pam Van Zwoll
School Counselor
Holland, Michigan



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