- How to Heal After a Beloved Pet's Death: Kaleel Sakakeeny, Animal Talks CEO, on Grieving with Grace Rev. Yugen Bond 17:56
Pet loss Grief. It’s one of the greatest pains in the world. Kaleel Sakakeeny, ordained animal chaplain and credentialed pet loss and bereavement counselor, explores the depth of the animal companion-human bond, the complex and individualized nature of Grief, and the importance of embracing and coping with tough emotions that will essentially always be a part of who you are. We’ll also share personal stories and insights into the healing process, providing a compassionate guide for those navigating through this challenging experience with grace.
The Nature of Grief in Pet Loss
Understanding the Depth of Pet-Owner Bond
Journey Through Grief
Personal Stories and Healing
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