How do you cope up when you lose a pet How do you cope up when you lose a pet
Our pets are also a part of our family. Thus, it is heartbreaking to lose them and it seems hard to cope up with... How do you cope up when you lose a pet

Our pets are also a part of our family. Thus, it is heartbreaking to lose them and it seems hard to cope up with it. But of course, everyone needs to move on. If you are lost and you don’t know how to do it, then this article might help you.

Coping up when you lose a pet

There is no need to be embarrassed if you feel sad or devastated after losing your pet. Again, owners like us treat them as our family so it is understandable why you feel that way. Below are some ways on how to get better after such an unfortunate event.

Don’t get pressured to feel fine

moving on from losing a pet

Other people will tell you to feel ok or to let it go. But in reality, you cannot rush your feelings. You have to let yourself feel the emotions. Don’t think about being judged by other people. If you want to cry or laugh, it’s all on you. Things will be better when you are ready.

Talk to those who have already experienced the same

Did you know that there are different online support groups for people who have lost their pets? It’s actually recommended that you join them. They are more empathic simply because they know what you are going through. It feels nice to hear their stories and how they were able to cope up with what happened.

Hold a funeral if that will help

Some people will think this is hilarious and going overboard but rituals can actually help. If you want to hold a funeral for your pet, then so be it.

Have something that will remind you of the happy days

To help you move on, why not create something that will remind you of the fun and happy days you had with your pet. Why don’t you create a photo album? And by this, we mean the traditional photo album where you have to print out the photos. You can also plant a tree and have it named after your pet.

Continue with your daily routine

It is important that you try to do the things you would normally accomplish every day. And if you have other pets, make sure that you take care of them the same way you did before your loss. Remember, they feel the pain too and they need you. Be there for them.

Check on yourself

You might be emotionally drained and it can also affect you physically. That is why you have to make sure that you exert effort to regain your old strength and energy. You need to check what you are eating. Is it healthy? Or are you feeding yourself junk food? You also have to exercise to feel better. And lastly, call up your friends and families and feel good once again with their company.

Go to a professional

But if you feel that the above tips aren’t working, then it is about time that you seek professional help. Again, there is nothing to be ashamed of. Losing a family is never easy.



Barbara is a young mother of 2 adorable kids whom she enjoyed playing with. She started living healthy when she realized that she has to keep up with her kids' energy. On her free time, she writes, sings, and tries to cook pancake for her children.

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