Posts Tagged: dogs

When your dog dies

When your dog dies, even after a long slow decline as our old girl did today, it’s a feeling not quite like any other, a unique grief. Dogs are so completely unconditionally loving that having that presence go…well, I’ve cried harder today than I have at human funerals. If you’ve read any of my books,… Read more »

Handling #grief

Handling grief is necessary, and no one gets through life without dealing with this tough emotion. Grief is one of the main reasons clients come to therapy, and in fact many of life’s toughest issues (divorce, aging, abuse recovery) come with an underpinning of grief work that’s a part of dealing with it. I’m grieving… Read more »

Emily Kimelman Unleashed!

Emily Kimelman is unleashed! With a bestselling line of distinctively-branded female-sleuth-with-dog books, she’s putting her Sidney Rye mystery series on the map. Every now and again, I pick up a book and go,” AHA. This is a book and author my readers will enjoy!” And that’s exactly how my read of Unleashed, the first in… Read more »