Relationships with animal companions are mutually beneficial. They help make us the best versions of ourselves. We keep them safe and healthy. The love is true, the friendship deep, the hilarity endless, the letting go so hard.
When we care for an elderly pet, the grief can start a long time before we actually say our last goodbye. If they have a life threatening diagnosis, we wonder if they are living out their best lives during those last years, months, weeks, or days.
Eventually the day each of us dreads will come. You don’t know how to say goodbye. How could you? But you can. You will.
Navigating anxiety, sadness, guilt, and sorrow can feel overwhelming. Claire has the tools to help you through your pain, whether the animal you love is old, ill or already over Rainbow Bridge.
Claire Chew knows your love. She knows your loss. What she also knows thanks to her experience and training is how to get through the pain to a place where you can remember your animal companion with affection and grace. Claire, a life transitions coach who specializes in helping the humans left behind, has enabled hundreds of pet lovers worldwide to accept their grief and grow from it. Her one-on-one coaching sessions and on-line program help pet owners unpack their upset and understand why the loss of an animal’s unconditional love can trigger feelings in other, unexpected areas of their lives. You can find out more about Claire’s work here.