Hi I'm Fausat! Welcome to part two of my blog. In my last blog I spoke about my Wynzor, a mixed breed terrier was a rescue from he humane Society of Washington County.
Winnie was truly one of the loves of my life. And I miss her so much.
I see her in my dreams. I see that my other dog, Mr Wilson deeply misses her.
Here’s my questions for you? How do you grieve your losses? How do you memorialize your animal, or your pet? How are you coping ? I'm interested to know, because I want to know you. And I want to see where we can take this healing process.
Windsor passed away, November, 13 of 2017. Unfortunately, my son found her. And it was pretty traumatic on a
And it was pretty traumatic on the whole spectrum of things. I had to deal with some pretty serious things in the midst of that loss. And being a pet loss and bereavement counselor, I didn't know how to. I didn't know how to deal with my own personal loss. I had nobody to turn to. Moreover, nobody really understood, what is bad.
Let me tell you a little bit about myself. By the way, I'm just going to let you know who I am. I'm Fausat! A certified pet loss and bereavement counselor here in the good old west, of West Virginia. I'm also a veterinarian assistant. I've been in the veterinary field for over 17 years now.
What else do I do?
I'm a certified mental health professional, from the National Behavior Institute of Health. My experiences in this life, in this body, has propelled me,... into doing some pretty amazing things!
I want to share them with you. This is a pretty awesome experience that we're about to dive in together. I hope you enjoy this relationship that we're about to have because I think it's pretty awesome!
During this talk and during our relationship, we're going to be, stepping on a couple of things here and there. But I don't want to just talk about pet loss. I want to talk about a little bit of everything. Let's talk about heart worm prevention. Pet care. Let's talk about a lot.
Are you interested? I hope you are. You should be. And let's make this fun!
This is something that we all have to go for. Death is something that we all will experience, one, two or three hundred times in our lives. I have some tips and tools that you don't have to deal with by yourself. And it's okay. If you're interested, and you want to talk. I'm all ears. And better yet, I am a great hugger.
You are more than welcome to contact me at any time.
To contact me: I'm on the World Wide Web at www.tailsfromheaven.com. I'm also on Facebook and Instagram as #tailshelpyou.
But what can we do to change it? How can we go about our daily lives without our heart in so many pieces?
I'm here to help you mend that broken heart. Adopt don't shop. If you're in for a specific breed. That's fine, everybody has their own.
Thank you. I appreciate you, I love you. So if you're interested, hit me up. We have some amazing things to do together! And every step of the way, know that we don't have to do this alone. It's okay. I love you, if nobody told you.
Have an amazing day.