How can I accept the fact that my dog has passed away?

Dear Sonya and Louis,

Hello my name is Angel. My dog, Princess, passed away November 5, 2012. I am having more than a hard time dealing with it. Princess was my air in this world, my reason for living. No amount of time seems to help – it only gets harder. I am unable to cope and accept the fact she is no longer here. I feel myself falling into a depression that she brought me out of–only now she’s not here. I think just knowing she’s looking down on me or knowing that I am able to communicate with her would help me. I am begging you for help. Please find it in your heart to help me. It would mean the world to me. I am 21 years-old, dealing with a lot of responsibilities and I have too much going on to fall any deeper in sorrow.

Thank you,

Angel

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My Dearest Angel,

This is Louis talking. Princess and I come to see you regularly. And Princess tells me that your souls have been together in many lifetimes. She is with you in spirit all the time and sleeps with you at night. She wants you to know that she understands that sometimes you feel that she is no longer with you, but she is – just in a different way. Princess comes shopping with you, loves being with you and the best thing you can do is to get another dog so she can come back to you. And when you find a great dog that you have a connection with, her soul will return and gradually go into the body of the new dog. It will take a few weeks once you get the dog and you are sure you will keep it. Her soul will go in and out of the new dog, but eventually it will settle. You see, we are in our light body in heaven and can easily go in and out of another dog’s physical form. Both Princess and I are both so happy to bring this news to you.

God Bless You.

Love, 

Princess and Louis (as read through Sonya)

PS – Princess tells me that she will be right there by your side when you go to choose another dog.


Comments

  1. Marianne Erikson says:

    Go to the shelter and save another dog’s life. This will help you .

  2. RossPoldark says:

    Get another dog or adopt one from the shelter. No dog you ever have will be like the next, or substitute for your very first dog love, but each one you have brings its own special and unique gifts. One never gets over the loss of a family member or beloved pet, but we learn to move forward. I whole heartedly have faith we will see them again, but until them, we keep them in our hearts.

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