Coping with loss is a personal journey. However, that does not mean that you have to make the journey alone.
Besides the loneliness that occurs after death, you also are coping with the loss of the special moments, events and even the routines that were so much a part of our lives. It can make all of us feel like we can’t get out of bed in the morning and face living through another day.
Coping with loss is never easy. And, loss affects each of us differently. However, we all grieve.
At Let Your Love Grow, we are not certified grief counselors. We just know the grief of losing parents, aunts, uncles, siblings, pets and close friends. We do speak of our personal journeys when coping with loss and how we know there are people who can help ease the burden.
Our goal is to offer comfort. Whether it is through our community of experts and their calming words or our approach to finding just the right way to honor our loved ones, coping with loss is our focus. We hope that you find a measure of consolation as you look through our site.
Coping With Loss Resources
We have created sections for both Human and Pet Loss.
Coping with the Loss of a Person
Specifically, here’s what you can find:
- Grieving the Loss of a Loved One
- Remembering a Loved One
- Talking to Children About Death
- Loss of a Loved One Quotes
Coping with Pet Loss
The Losing a Pet section of our website includes a variety of resources on cremation and coping with loss. There is no tradition when a pet dies like there is with a human death. The cremation section has questions you should ask when contemplating having your pet cremated. Also, there is information on burying your pet at home as well as grieving.
Here are the pages you’ll find:
- Grieving for a Pet
- Pet Cremation: Questions You Should Ask
- Dog Cremation and Memorialization
- Cat Cremation and Memorialization
- Burying a Pet
- Pet Loss Quotes
If you have any questions, please reach out to us. We’re happy to help.