How To Survive The Loss of a Beloved Pet
February 10, 2016
Hosted by Dr. Linda Sanicola
We know in today’s world it is much more common for people to accept and even understand how those of us who are pet parents feel when we lose our beloved companions. Our pets, no matter the species, are members of our family and we hurt when they transition. However, there are still the insensitive and unenlightened among us who make cold or insensitive remarks as we deal with the loss. For example, some might ask, upon seeing an elderly dog, “how much longer do you think he’ll last?” or “when are you going to get another one?”, or “well, it was just a cat”. Can you imagine saying that to someone whose spouse just passed away? It’s an extra burden on the grief process. The good news is that you can survive and thrive through the process. We will talk today with Animal Communicator, Joan Ranquet. She has worked with hundreds of pet parents through these transitions and she will share some her tips for thriving through the loss. By the way, do you have a “bucket list” for your dog?
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My show is designed to give you the information that you can use to be the best you can be! We will provide tools, techniques, and knowledge that will educate and empower you. While we will cover a variety of topics, our primary focus will be on Emotional Freedom Technique, or Tapping, and how it can make a profound difference in money, relationships, weight loss and general well-being. It can offer rapid help with many of the most commonly experienced problems in life, anxiety, depression, stress and fear. Our experts are clinicians who have the ability to speak to people in a way they can understand and make use of right away. We will share newer ideas in practical psychology that often allow us to cut to the heart of the matter and make a real difference in people’s lives.
Dr. Linda Sanicola
Dr. Sanicola is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for almost 30 years. She has worked in a variety of settings, both inpatient and outpatient, as a solo practitioner and as part of a professional group. She also ran a therapeutic day camp for ten years, working with children and families. The camp taught kids how to overcome their individual challenges, change their behavior and be successful! She now works with people of all ages who experience different kinds of problems and issues. She knows what people need and want in today’s world, and how to make a difference. People need answers that they can understand and tools that they can use. In recent years she has been impressed with tools that people can quickly learn to use on their own, or with the guidance of a practitioner. She is now also an authorized Tapping Into Wealth Coach, helping people to break through their unconscious rules about making, keeping, and enjoying financial well-being. It has always been her goal to help people be the best they can be!