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Facing Farewell

Author : DVM Julie Reck
ISBN : 9781617810879
Genre : Electronic books
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Be informed before you bid farewell to your pet One of the most difficult aspects of being a pet owner is making end of life decisions for beloved dogs and cats. While many end up deciding to "put their pet to sleep," the euthanasia procedure remains a mystery for most people adding to the stress and fear an owner experiences at this critical time. Author Julie Reck is a veterinarian who has devoted her professional career to helping owners make more informed decisions about euthanasia. In Facing Farewell, you will be provided with a complete description of the euthanasia procedure so that you will know what to expect and be confident that you have made the right choice for both you and your pet.
Category: Electronic books

Facing Death Together

Author : Margaret Smith
ISBN : 1568541767
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A guide for celebrating the Order of Christian Funerals in a context of pastoral care.
Category: Family & Relationships

Furry Farewell Grief Handbook

Author : Dan C. Crenshaw
ISBN : 9781477114209
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 72.53 MB
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The human-animal bond can seem like a magic wand. As a result, the grief from any kind of pet loss can be from mild to monstrous. This book gives you dignity when some other people may think your grief is preposterous. First, through the arduous climb out of the valley of grief, coping muscles can be strengthened. Gradually the strangling, entangled emotions can become unraveled. You can embark upon another chapter of your life without feeling bedeviled. Life coping skills can spawn as your mourning becomes virtually gone. You can gradually move from grief to greatness as your grief subsides and transitions into a song. As a result, this is both a pet loss and life-coaching book. Healing and inspiration can help you integrate pet loss coping skills into your life as a whole. Then your lifestyle can become more creative and bold.
Category: Self-Help

The Last Walk

Author : Jessica Pierce
ISBN : 9780226922041
Genre : Pets
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From the moment when we first open our homes—and our hearts—to a new pet, we know that one day we will have to watch this beloved animal age and die. The pain of that eventual separation is the cruel corollary to the love we share with them, and most of us deal with it by simply ignoring its inevitability. With The Last Walk, Jessica Pierce makes a forceful case that our pets, and the love we bear them, deserve better. Drawing on the moving story of the last year of the life of her own treasured dog, Ody, she presents an in-depth exploration of the practical, medical, and moral issues that trouble pet owners confronted with the decline and death of their companion animals. Pierce combines heart-wrenching personal stories, interviews, and scientific research to consider a wide range of questions about animal aging, end-of-life care, and death. She tackles such vexing questions as whether animals are aware of death, whether they're feeling pain, and if and when euthanasia is appropriate. Given what we know and can learn, how should we best honor the lives of our pets, both while they live and after they have left us? The product of a lifetime of loving pets, studying philosophy, and collaborating with scientists at the forefront of the study of animal behavior and cognition, The Last Walk asks—and answers—the toughest questions pet owners face. The result is informative, moving, and consoling in equal parts; no pet lover should miss it.
Category: Pets

Farewell To Fairacre

Author : Miss Read
ISBN : 9780547526423
Genre : Fiction
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In this small English village, when one door closes, another opens for its favorite schoolteacher. “You’ll relish a visit to Fairacre” (Jan Karon, #1 New York Times–bestselling author). Gradually worsening health forces Miss Read to consider an early retirement from her job as the village school’s headmistress. John Jenkins, a handsome newcomer, competes for her affections with the newly widowed Henry Mawne. However, Miss Read has more on her mind than men. Orphans living in her former house have bolstered the village school's roll, but these new students seem to be having problems with their adoptive family. In the midst of all this turmoil, readers can rest assured that Farewell to Fairacre boasts all the elements they have come to love: eccentric villagers, gentle humor, and a verdant rural landscape teeming with lambs, larks, and blackthorn bushes. “As soothing and warm as a cup of Earl Grey tea, this book will delight fans and newcomers to the series alike.” —Library Journal “Sensible, well read and acutely observant, the delightfully prim Miss Read continues to be very good company indeed.” —Publishers Weekly
Category: Fiction

A Farewell To Glory

Author : Wally Carew
ISBN : 9781479702510
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It began in November 1896 when football was still in its infancy. About 500 people turned out on a soggy field in Worcester, Massachusetts to watch Holy Cross battler Boston College. That game initiated one of the great rivalries in football history. Itinvolved some of the most famous players and coaches to ever step on a football field. In its 91 years, the rivalry spawned controversy, contention, fierce competitiveness, elation, gloom, and great moments. It was also linked to heart-breaking tragedy. In the end, the rivalry of the two Jesuit colleges, Boston college and Holy Cross, would prove to be a microcosm of intercollegiate sports.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Farewell To Poverty

Author : Modupe Onitiri-abiola
ISBN : 080597377X
Genre : History
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Category: History

Facing The Abyss

Author : A.K. Chesterton
ISBN : 9780957540361
Genre : Great Britain
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A. K. Chesterton's brilliant appraisal of the Liberal disease and corrupt society which has ravaged our country - indeed the world - over the past few decades, and will continue to do so unless and until we get a grip on ourselves and adopt a more rational, responsible and purposeful attitude toward life and its problems.
Category: Great Britain


Author : Joree Williams
ISBN : 9781300238072
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 60.3 MB
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What would you want to say if you knew death was close? This book is about a woman in the final stages of cancer. This is her eighth book. She takes you on an amazing journey that can only be written by this very special woman. She doesn't want pity; she wants you to know her thoughts and feelings. If you have had cancer, have this disease or if you know someone who has had it or has it, buy this book. Take the step to learn what this extraordinary woman has to say. Learn and understand that courage and strength can be a big part of a life. A life can be about love, butterflies, purple skies and a lavender moon. It is also about faith and knowing who you are. Joree is a poet and all is possible through poetry.
Category: Poetry

Facing Up

Author : Bear Grylls
ISBN : 9780330515399
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'No one could fail to be gripped by his heartfelt excitement and emotion over what was the adventure of a lifetime' Independent At the age of twenty-three, Bear Grylls became one of the youngest Britons to reach the summit of Mount Everest. At extreme altitude youth holds no advantage over experience, and it is generally acknowledged that younger climbers have more difficulty coping with the adverse effects of mountaineering. Nevertheless, only two years after breaking his back in a freefall parachuting accident, Bear Grylls overcame severe weather conditions, fatigue, dehydration and a last-minute illness to stand on top of the world's highest mountain. Facing Up is the story of his adventure, his courage and humour, his friendship and faith.
Category: Biography & Autobiography