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I have lost a puppy and I am depressed where is my puppy and starting to harm myself a like telling myself Please suggest me soemthing for that.

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Dear user kindly do meditation and read good books and divert your mind and always remember nothing in life is permanent be it anything once gone should not be dwell upon old is replaced by new this is natural law by nature keep moving TC also you need medication for this if you are failure to accept consult back.
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Emotions can get pretty complicated when a pet dies. For example: you may feel angry if your friends don't seem to realize how much losing your pet means to you. Or perhaps you feel guilty that you didn't spend more time with your pet before he or she died. It's natural to feel a range of emotions when a pet dies. If you're like a lot of people, you may have had someone say to you, "Sorry, but it was only an animal. So is it normal to get upset over the death of a pet? Absolutely. After all, by the time we reach our teenage years, many of us have grown up with our pets, and they're part of the family. Just like losing a family member, when a pet dies people can go through a period of grieving. Dealing With Grief Grief can show up in many ways. Some people cry a lot. For others, the death may take a while to sink in. Some people temporarily lose interest in the things they enjoy doing or want to spend some quiet time alone. Others will want to keep busy to take their minds off the loss. It's also natural to feel like avoiding situations that involved your pet — such as the park where you used to walk your dog. For many people, losing a pet can be their first experience with death. Recognizing and sorting out feelings can be a big help. 1. Talking about a loss is one of the best ways to cope, which is why people get together after a funeral and share memories or stories about the person who has died. 2. Acknowledging your grief by talking about it with friends and family members can help you begin to feel better. 3.Recording them in a journal is helpful to many people, as is keeping a scrapbook. You can also write about your pet in a story or poem, draw a picture, or compose music. 4. Or plan a funeral or memorial service for your pet. Some people choose to make a donation in a pet's memory to an animal shelter or even volunteer there. All of these ideas can help you hold on to the good and happy memories. You'll never forget your pet. But in time the painful feelings will ease. And when the time comes, you may even find yourself ready to open your home to a new pet in need of a loving family.
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