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AWARD WINNING AUTHOR ANIMAL CHAPLAIN SID KORPI & KERI DAVIS

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Tsunamis of loss are prevalent these days—whether they be actual forces of nature, such as has recently devastated Japan, or personal ones that take away our loved ones (pets included) or our sense of security (thanks to the Great Recession). Learning positive ways to process the grief that accompanies all kinds of loss is an art we all must try to master if we are to decrease the duration and/or intensity of the suffering we experience in our lives. To help us address this concept is our guest Sid Korpi, animal chaplain and author of the award-winning book Good Grief: Finding Peace After Pet Loss.

Co-Host FRANK FERRANTE and Animal Communication Expert  KERI DAVIS will talk with author SID KORPI  on today's show. 

Sid Korpi has combined her decades of varied professional experience—as an editor, writer, journalist, English teacher, actor, and ordained minister/animal chaplain—with her lifelong devotion to the animal companions who have blessed and shared her life in creating Good Grief: Finding Peace After Pet Loss. Surviving a “tsunami of loss” in her own life led to her discovery of spiritual truths that brought her strength and facilitated her heart’s healing. She felt compelled to share these things with others who suffer—often in isolation—from the passing on of their very dearest nonhuman friends, their pets.

 She can be seen in the B&W ‘50s-drive-in-style B-movie Attack of the Moon Zombies, which premieres on May 25 in Minneapolis and will be available on DVD at www.sainteuphoria.com

Keri Davis is founder of the company Sacred Kinship www. sacredkinship.com and works as an Interspecies Life Awareness Coach, bridging the gap between the animal and human worlds to facilitate deep personal growth.

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